This photographer retraced the path of Dandi March 90 years later, and the visuals are stunning

The Salt March, conceived and led by Mohandas K Gandhi, is regarded as one of the defining movements in the history of the Indian independence struggle. On March 12, 1930, it commenced from the Sabarmati Ashram in Ahmedabad and traversed more than 240 miles through the heart of South Gujarat. It concluded at the small coastal village of Dandi. To mark the 91st anniversary of the march, Navajivan Trust has published the book ‘23 Grams of Salt: Retracing Gandhi’s March to Dandi’ by Anuj Ambalal; An exhibition of the photo essay was also organized at Art Gallery, Kamaladevi Complex, India International Center. (Anuj Ambalal)

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