and the Natal Indian Educational Association were formed.
It was difficult, however, for him to obtain admission to the Supreme Court. The application was strenuously opposed by the Natal Law Society on the specific ground of colour. "It was never contemplated," so they argued, "that coloured barristers should be placed on the roll." To the credit of Natal, the Supreme Court laughed at this objection, and Mr. Gandhi was admitted. Then followed two years of hard work, practising, organising, educating, with all the force and energy of his enthusiastic nature, and in 1896 he visited India once more, with the object of bringing back his wife and children.