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Exchange Of Condiments On Dandi Seashore - David Low in Evening Standard, London, England, 1930.

Low shows Gandhi and Irwin secured on the beach at Dandi after the historic 24-day march from Sabarmati Ashram and exchanging courtesies in the presence of the huge procession which had followed Gandhi on foot. Gandhi's advice to the nation was that since the "technical or ceremonial" breach of the salt law had been committed, "it is now open to anyone who would take the risk of prosecution under the salt law to manufacture salt, whenever he wishes and wherever it is convenient."

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