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Mahatma Gandhi's historic sojourn in Aden.

India has a long association with Aden going back to the historic
times. Aden was a flourishing port, trading centre and an important
gateway for India at that time. It attracted a large number of Indians,
mainly from Gujarat and Maharashtra, who were engaged in whole-sale and
retail trading. After Aden became part of the British Empire in 1839 and
began to be administered by the Bombay Presidency, the population of the
city as well as that of the expatriates began to increase. It was
estimated that the Indian Diaspora in Aden numbered 8,563 in 1856 and
increased to around 15,000 by mid-1950s. The Hassan Ali Street in the
Crater region of Aden still shows traces of the old glory of the
'Cloth Market', which was primarily managed by the Indian
merchants. Apart from their astute business acumen, the Indians resident
in Aden displayed a high degree of political consciousness and took a
keen interest in the events relating to the Freedom struggle back home.
The Indian community in Aden was staunchly opposed to the proposal of
the British government to separate Aden from India and govern it as a

 in international law, a relationship in which one state surrenders part of its sovereignty to another. The subordinate state is called a protectorate.
 even after India's eventual independence. The British
government in India considered Aden as a safe heaven to
tr.v. in·car·cer·at·ed, in·car·cer·at·ing, in·car·cer·ates
1. To put into jail.

2. To shut in; confine.
 Indian freedom fighters, on the same lines as they used the Andaman
& Nicobar Islands as the infamous "Kala Pani", far away
from the sight and minds of people. One of the earliest and well-known
cases of confinement of Indian revolutionaries in Aden pertains to that
of Vasudeo Balwant Phadke, who was the first freedom fighter to conceive
'swaraj' or an Indian Republic, as the only answer to rid
India of its foreign occupation. He gathered several tribes comprising
of Ramoshis, Bhils and others and launched an armed struggle against the
British and even managed to take control briefly over the city of Pune.
He was, however, captured in July, 1879 and sentenced to life


See also Isolation.

Alcatraz Island

former federal maximum security penitentiary, near San Francisco; “escapeproof.” [Am. Hist.: Flexner, 218]

Altmark, the

German prison ship in World War II. [Br. Hist.
 and later shipped to Aden in January, 1880. Phade managed a
daring escape from the Aden jail in October, 1880 but was re-arrested
soon after. He died in Aden on February 17, 1883 after a hunger strike.
As Aden was the first port of call from India on the international
sailing route, it was a favourite destination for many Indian national
leaders and revolutionaries for stopping-by on their way to or from
Europe and other destinations. One of the earliest Indian leaders to
visit Aden was Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, first in 1919 and later on
13th January 1935. Netaji wrote extensively about his second visit to
Aden, which was on his way to Europe from Bombay on board the ship
'MN Victoria' on the Italian Lloyd Triestino Line. He
mentioned in his account that the Indian settlers in Aden were primarily
from Kathiawar and were engaged in businesses. He referred to the strong
presence of the Royal Air Force and a contingent of British troops
numbering about 2000 stationed at Aden. He was impressed by the
city's picturesque location, nice buildings, roads, tunnels built
through some of the hills and the stony water reservoirs. Netaji
addressed the Indian community in Aden and talked about the constructive
programme adopted at the Bombay Congress and the

 movement in
India. No other visit, by an Indian or world leader, generated as much
enthusiasm and interest among the local Arabs as that of
  [Sanskrit,=great-souled], honorific title used in India among Hindus for a person of superior holiness. Mohandas Gandhi is the best-known figure to whom the title was applied.
to Aden in 1931. Gandhi's use of the instruments of
non-cooperation, passive resistance, civil disobedience, self-reliance
and communal harmony in his peaceful struggle against the British
created a deep impact in the Arab world, which was itself suffering the


 of the colonial rule in large parts. Gandhi's clear views
on the Palestinian issue that "Palestine is for Arab as the Britain
is for the British and France is for the French" had already gained
him great admiration in the Middle East. No wonder when Gandhiji arrived
at the Al-Tawahi port in Aden on the morning of September 2, 1931 on
board the British Ship 'SS Rajputana', en route to London to
participate in the Second Round Table Conference, he was warmly received
by the people of Aden, both Indian and the locals. Gandhi was
accompanied on the voyage by
   or pun·dit
1. A Brahman scholar or learned man.

2. Used as a title of respect for a learned man in India.

[Hindi pa
Madan Mohan Malaviya

, Sarojini
Naidu, the "Nightingale of India", his youngest son Devdas,
his British disciple Madeleine Slade ("Mira Behn") and his
assistant Mahadev Desai. The first person to go on board to greet
khadi-clad Mahatma Gandhi was Mohammed Ali Luqman, a renowned Arab
journalist and editor of the Aden Chronicle newspaper. Mr Luqman
recollects, "I stood silently in front of a man who has been sent
by god to change the face of Asia." He introduced himself to
Gandhiji as the President of 'Arab Reform Club', whose
branches existed at Al-Tawahi and

 Othman areas of Aden, and later
accompanied him in the city. Mohammed Ali Luqman, who was privileged to
interview Gandhiji, gave a succinct account of Gandhi's sojourn in
Aden, which is being regularly published in Arabic and English
newspapers in the Middle East, the last being in the 'Aden
News' on 27th December, 2010. Dr Farooq Luqman, the illustrious son
of Mohammed Luqman, who is a renowned journalist based currently in
Jeddah and a great friend of India, has been instrumental in refreshing
the memories of the Arab readers to this historic visit of Mahatma
Gandhi to Aden. Mohammed Luqman mentioned that the British authorities
were initially reluctant to allow Gandhi to
v. dis·em·barked, dis·em·bark·ing, dis·em·barks

1. To go ashore from a ship.

2. To leave a vehicle or aircraft.

 from the ship, and
address a public gathering at Al-Faris Park in the Sheikh Othman area.
The British even tried to dissuade people from gathering at the park but
relented later and allowed the meeting to be organised. They also agreed
to Gandhi's request for hoisting of the Indian flag at the venue.
Gandhi was greeted enthusiastically by cheering crowds, who offered a
purse of several thousand rupees towards the cause of the freedom
struggle. On the way to the venue, Mr Luqman enquired with Gandhi on the
possibility of the Arab world getting their freedom from the shackles of
colonialism to which Gandhiji replied "this is an iron castle, and
you should move ahead patiently and cautiously as the imperialism is
still powerful, but certainly it would not last long". In his first
public speech delivered outside the Indian sub-continent since 1914,
Gandhi declared that India did not stand for isolated independence and
added that A1/2one-fifth of the human race, becoming free through
non-violence and truth can be a great force of service to the whole of
mankinde. Quoting extensively from the Holy Quran, the Bible and the
Gita, which he was carrying with him, Gandhi praised Prophet Mohammad

 Omar Bin Al-Khattab and urged the Indians to live in harmony
and brotherhood with their Arab brothers and establish permanent bonds
of friendship with them. He expressed regret at the widespread sale of
alcohol in Aden. He concluded his speech by declaring that he would not
accept anything short of independence during the Round Table Conference.
On his way back from London, Gandhiji once again passed by Aden but was
not allowed to disembark. The first question he asked upon reaching Aden
was "where is my friend Luqman?" To mark the historic visit of
Gandhiji to Aden, a 'Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Hall' was
constructed and later a bust of Gandhiji, donated by the
Government of

 was unveiled by the then Governor of Aden, Mr. Taha Ahmed Ghanim.
A limited edition of hundred covers commemorating the 75th Anniversary
of Mahatma Gandhi>s arrival in Aden was issued by the government of
Yemen. A 'Mahatma Gandhi School' also runs in this place and
over ninety per cent of its students are Yemeni. Every year, Gandhi
Jayanti is celebrated with great vigour and passion in the school.
Mahatma's legacy lives on! The author is the Ambassador of India in

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