Posts Tagged "Satyagraha"

Satyagraha Tour of South Africa
Overview of Day 2 Albertina Luthuli Shares

Posted by on Jan 26, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

Satyagraha Tour of South Africa  Overview of Day 2 Albertina Luthuli Shares

Satyagraha Day Two we meet Greg Garson of Garson Expeditions a certified South African Tour guide who is also quite the historian. He rightly insists we start with an overview of South African History. Greg is a beautiful and eloquent story teller mesmerizing us as he shares an overview of the long and complicated history with our delegation. He begins by taking us to King Shaka Zulu’s last military citadel and the site of his grave where he was assassinated by his two half-brothers Dingane and Mhlangana. King Shaka Zulu rose to be one of the greatest Zulu King’s, his earliest mentor was Dingiswayo. King Shaka’s first major battle against Zwide, the...

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Arun Gandhi Pietermartizburg Railway Station Address June 7, 2015

Posted by on Jun 8, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

Arun Gandhi Pietermartizburg Railway Station Address June 7, 2015

Another spot on address by Arun Gandhi in Piertermaritzburg during the Satyagraha Tour of South Africa. He talks about the purpose of the Gandhi Legacy Tour in South Africa.   He continues on with: “The thing that touches me most about my grandfather, is the statement that he made just a month or so before his assassination, when a journalist asked him, what do you think is going to happen after your passing to your philosophy?  And he made a very prophetic remark when he said, “the people will follow me in life, worship me in death, but not make my cause their cause.”  That unfortunately, is the tragedy with not just my grandfather, but for all the...

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First Satyagraha Tour of South Africa
Led by Arun Gandhi, Embarks This Week

Posted by on May 23, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

First Satyagraha Tour of South Africa Led by Arun Gandhi, Embarks This Week

(PRLEAP.COM) Dana Point, CA May 25, 2014: The inaugural Satyagraha Tour of South Africa enjoys organic synchronicity of critical historical dates of both Mohandas Gandhi and Nelson Mandela. Highlights include following the path of Gandhi’s travels, initially arriving in Durban, and ultimately departing from Cape Town for his return to India to begin the next phase of his legacy: Gandhi first arrived in South Africa as a fledgling lawyer in May 1893. Our arrival to Gandhi’s first ashram, the Phoenix Settlement, occurs on the 97th anniversary of Gandhi’s family move there. We will board the sleeper train on the 121st anniversary of Gandhi’s removal...

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Satyagraha Tour of SA 2014 led by Arun Gandhi

Posted by on Dec 3, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

Satyagraha Tour of SA 2014 led by Arun Gandhi

 Gandhi’s Influence on Nelson Mandela   Evident for New Satyagraha Tour of South Africa December 03, 2013 Travel News (PRLEAP.COM) Dana Point, CA December 3, 2013: Falling on the heels of last week’s epic biopic release, Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom, and commemorating 100 years ago last month when both Gandhi and his wife Kasturba led thousands of protesters into the Transvaal region of South Africa to protest a ban on Muslim and Hindu marriages, Kasturba Gandhi’s first march of nonviolent civil disobedience; Dr. Arun Gandhi, fifth grandson of Mohandas K. (Mahatma) Gandhi announced today that Gandhi Legacy Tours has set itinerary dates for its 2014...

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Code Name SiMBa

Posted by on Apr 17, 2012 in Blog | 0 comments

Code Name SiMBa

From the Gandhi Legacy Tour 2009 – 2010   #TeamAhimsa Participant SiMBa , “How are you Being in the Universe, right now? And how is the Universe experiencing your being, in this moment? Just a quik note, to say hi, and let you know, that you are all now infamous on YOU-tube, via the uploading of the 6 Stepping Stones of the Gandhian Philosophy: Wrote a song about, wanna hear it, hear it goes…” Love, SiMBa (See Me Beautiful, with inspiration & abundance mixed in/Spirit, Mind & Body) Share us...

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