Share Your Personal Recollections

The SAIM Project seeks narratives describing experience from the period to enrich the published and archival record.

“I was about seven years old in 1930 when Gandhiji began his  famous SALT March. I remember what excitement we the children had even though we were in a princely state of Bhavnagar and not directly under the British rule. . . Some family history and report about my father is based on written record and some family stories that I had been told in my childhood. . .” read more.

Submitted by Dr. Pravin Bhatt, New Haven, CT  

Won’t you share your memories with us?
You are our most valuable resource. We invite you to share your thoughts and experiences with us and the world, for these personal accounts are to be archived and preserved as an essential part of the South Asia Independence Movement collection. 

We accept all forms of unadulterated, original submission of text, audio, or visual material. Materials in English are easiest  to handle, however, we will accept submissions in all languages.

To submit a personal piece, please click here.

To review personal recollections posted to date, please click here.

For more information, contact Dr. Pravin Bhatt.