1933 February 11 : Founds the weekly paper Harijan, published in English and Hindi.
1933 May 8 : Commences at noon 21 days' fast for self-purification; released unconditionally at 9 p.m.
1933 May 9 : Announces suspension of Civil Disobedience movement for six weeks and calls on the Government to withdraw its Ordinances.
1933 May 29 : Breaks fast.
1933 July 26 : Disbands Satyagraha Ashram.
1933 July 30 : Informs Government of Bombay of his decision to march from Ahmedabad to Ras with 33 followers to revive Civil Disobedience movement.
1933 July 31 : Arrested and imprisoned without trial.
1933 August 4 : Released and rearrested for breaking a restraint order.
1933 August 16 : Goes on fast on being denied facilities to carry on anti-untouchability propaganda.
1933 August 23 : Released and reasserted for breaking a restraint order.
1933 November 7 : Commences Harijan-uplift tour.
1934 September 17 : Announces decision to retire from politics from October I to engage himself in development of village industries, Harijan service and education through basic crafts.
1933 October 26 : Inaugurates All-India Village Industries Association.
1936 April 30 : Settles down at Sevagram, a village near Wardha in the Central Provinces, Making it his headquarters.
1937 October 22 : Presides over Educational Conference at Wardha and outlines his scheme of education through basic crafts.
1939 March 3 : Commences 'fast unto death' at Rajkot to secure Ruler's adherence to promise given to reform administration, and ends it on March 7 on Viceroy's intervention.
1940 July & Sept : Meets Viceroy by invitation in connection with war situation.
1940 October : Sanctions individual civil disobedience; suspends Harijan and allied weeklies following official demand for pro-censor-ship of reports and writings in Harijan on the subject of satyagraha.
1941 December 30 : At his own request is relieved of hi leadership of Congress by Working Committee.
1942 January 18 : Restarts Harijan and allied weeklies.
1942 March 27 : Meets Sir Stafford Cripps in New Delhi; later declares Cripps proposals to be a 'post-dated cheque'.
1942 May : Appeals to British Government to quit India.
1942 August 8 : Addresses A.I.C.C. session in Bombay on implications of Quit India resolution.
1942 Sugust 9 : Arrested and interned in Aga Khan's Palace at Poona.
1942 August 15 : Death of Mahadev Desai, Gandhiji's personal secretary, from heart failure, in Aga Khan's Palace.
1942 Aug-Dec : Corresponds with Viceroy and Government of India regarding disturbances.
1943 February 10 : Commences 21 days' fast, which he breaks on March 3.
1944 February 22 : Kasturba Gandhi dies in Aga Khan's Palace.
1944 May 6 : Released unconditionally.
1944 September 9-27 : Carries on talks with M. A. Jinnah regarding Pakistan.
1944 October 2 : Presentation of purse of 110 lakhs of rupees (£ 8,25,000) for Kasturba Memorial on occasion of 75thbirthday.
1945 April 17 : In a statement regarding the ensuing San Francisco Conference says that peace is impossible without equality and freedom of India. Also demands a just peace for Germany and Japan.
1945 December 19 : Lays foundation stone of C. F. Andrews' Memorial Hospital at Shanti Niketan.
1945-46 Dec-Jan : Tours Bengal and Assam.
1946 Jan & Feb : Tours Southern India for anti-untouchability and Hindustani propaganda.
1946 February 10 : Revives Harijan and allied group of weekly journals.
1946 April : Participates in political talks with Cabinet Mission in Delhi.
1946 May 5-12 : In Simla; Simla Conference in session; deliberations prove infructuous.
1946 May 16 : Cabinet Mission announces Plan.
1946 May 18-19 : Discusses Plan with Cabinet Mission.
1946 May 26 : Considers Plan best document produced by British Government under circumstances.
1946 June 6 : In Missouri.
1946 June 7 : Returns to Delhi.
1946 June 10 : Refuses to enthuse over Allied victory as not being 'victory of truth over false-hood'.
1946 June 11 : Viceroy interviews Gandhiji, moots proposal of Coalition Government at Centre.