The Pilgrims' March

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Foreword vii
The Pilgrim-Band xi
Message to His Countrymen xv
Clarion Call to Bureaucracy xvi
Mahatma Gandhi's Message 1
Moulana Mahomed Ali 3
Dr. Kitchlew 4
Moulana Shaukat Ali 4
Ali Brothers' Mother 5
Lala Lajpat Rai 9
Agha Mahomed Safdar 22
Mr. Chitta Ranjan Das 25
Basanti Devi and others 46
Pandit Motilal Nehru 47
Pandit Jawaharlal 49
Mrs. Motilal Nehru 50
Mrs. Sarojini Naidu 53
Mahatma Gandhi 54
Mr. Harilal Gandhi 59
Mr. B. N. Sasmal 60
Moulana Abdul Bari 62
Mr. Asaf Ali 64
Prof. T. L. Vaswani 65
Mr. Yakub Hassan 65
Women's Part by Mahatma Gandhi 66

Seth Chotani and others 72
Lala Shankarlal 75
Sir P. C. Ray 77
Mr. C. Rajagopalachar 78
Mr. S. Sreenivasa lyengar 81
Pandit Motilal Nehru's Appeal to Students 83
Mr. Jinnah 83
Pandit Motilal Nehru 85
Mr. Shyam Sunder Chakrabutty 86
Help Justice 89
 Mrs. C. R. Das 90
Mr. Patel 93
Lala Lajpat Rai 100
Babu Bagvan Das 104
Mahatma Gandhi 106
Moulana Abul Kalam Azad 113
Mahatmaji's Views on Round-Table Conference 122
Mrs. Das 129
Mahatma's Answer to the Viceroy's Challenge 131

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