Gandhi and the myth of conversion — The Vykom satyagraha revisited » 2 great flood (610×535)

From April to June 1924, despite monsoons reported as the “worst in human memory,” the volunteers earnestly maintained disciplined vigils in floodwaters waist-deep in morning but swelling later each day to shoulder height. (WNV/Madanan Pv)

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