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Maha Sangh
(Sangam ke wakiil aur manager)
(Maha Sangh)
== Sangam ke wakiil aur manager==
1930 me jab [[Then India Sanmargya Ikya Sangam|Sangam]] pahila school banais rahaa, tab A. D. Patel ke uske manager banawa gais. Patel, Sangam ke suruu kare waala, [[Sadhu Kuppuswami]] ke saathe kaam karis aur Swami Avinashananda, jiske [[Ramakrishna Mission]] Fiji bhejis rahaa, ke saathe bhi kaam karis. [[31 October]] [[1937]] ke Sangam ke ek limited liability company banae dewa gais aur, A.D. Patel ke uske General manager. A.D. Patel sarkar ke pesuade kar ke Sangam ke uu kanuun se exempt karae diis jisse jamin ke own kare pe rukawat rahaa aur Sangam ke ek hajaar Acres jamin ke own kare ke ijajat mila. Patel, Board of Education me Sangam khatir kurrsi mangis aur sarkar ke India se teacher log ke lae ke Fijime [[Dravidian languages|South Indian languages]], parrhae khatir madat kare ke mangis. Aakir me sarkar dui [[South Indians in Fiji|South Indian]] teacher log ke from India se Fiji aae ke Sangam ke school me parrhae kharir madat karis. 1939 me jab [[Swami Rudrananda]] Fiji aais tab Patel involvement Sangam me aur jaada hoe gais.
== Maha Sangh ==
{{Main|Maha Sangh (Fiji)}}
1938 me Kisan Sangh ke neta bane ke invitation ke reject kare ke baad bhi June 1941 me , A. D. Patel, Swami Rudranand ke saathe ek nawaa kisan ke union, Maha Sangh ke suruu karis.
Although, in 1938, he had rejected overtures by the Kisan Sangh to take over its leadership, in June 1941, A.D. Patel formed the Maha Sangh with the support of Swami Rudrananda. In 1943, he led the sugar cane farmers on a prolonged strike after his demands for an increase in the price of sugar cane in line with inflation was rejected by the Colonial Sugar Refining Company. When the majority of farmers refused to harvest their cane, the Government invoked the Defence Regulation and restricted A.D. Patel and Swami Rudrananda to a radius of five miles from their homes in Nadi and required them to inform the police on person of their movements. Both Patel and Rudrananda decided to disobey the order and it landed both of them in court. This stirred up the farmers and a large number gathered in Nadi, holding prayer meetings. Shops were closed throughout the Western division. Both were fined £50 each or one month’s prison in default. Both refused to pay, but before the five days allowed was over, an anonymous well-wisher paid the fine but A. D. Patel later won the case on appeal. The strike in the middle of a world war and his call for Indians to not join the army until they were given the same pay and conditions as Europeans, created a rift between Indians and Fijians which is remembered to this day.


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