INDIA: Kindly Light

St. Gandhi, hope of millions of Indian Nationalists, continued his extraordinary progress to Britain last week aboard 5. S. Rajpntana. Spurning the cabin which the Government had put aside for his use. he slept under a thin sheet on a hard wooden bench in the stern. The ship's cat. a huge black torn, developed a taste for the Mahatma's goat's milk and purred peaceably beside him.

¶ During St. Gandhi's day of silence he did not emerge from his sheet at all. General interest shifted to another passenger, the pundit Malaviya who...

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