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It was also known as Dhandi March.
It was also known as Salt March.
It began on 12 march 1930.
It started at Sabarmathi Ashram near Ahmedbad to the  coastal village of Dhandi.
It was an important part of Indian Freedom Movement.
It was a non-violent protest against Salt Monopoly in Colonial India.
It triggered the civil disobedience movement.
As Gandhiji continued this march for 24 days many Indians followed him.
Gandhiji broke the Salt law on 6 april at 6:30 AM.
It was broken on that day to show their protest against the jalianwala bagh incident on the same date 6 april(1919).
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