Penitential fast for a week for moral lapses of two immediate at the settlement
Fourteen days fast for similar reason.
Fasted for a day on detecting untruth among Ashram boys.
Gave up evening meal due to some Ashramaties objection to the admission of a Harijan in the Ashram
For a rise in the wages of mill workers of Ahmedabad
First day of Satyagraha fight
Began fast for 72 hours for Jallianwala Bagh massacre at Amritsar and disturbances at Bombay and Ahmedabad.
Fasted owing to disturbances at Bombay
Took vow to fast for 24 hours every Monday till Swaraj was won and started it from that day.
Owing to the massacre at Chauri Chaura
For communal unity
For having detected sexual aberrations in some boys and girls of the Ashram.
Owing to moral lapse of an Ashram inmate
In protest against the decision to setup separate electorate for the Harijans.
In protest against Government not allowing a fellow prisoner to do scavenging work
For self purification and of his colleagues.
In protest against Government’s decision not to grant all the facilities for Harijan work which he was having previously in Jail.
An irrate reformer attacked an opponent of the Harijan upliftment movement with a lathi. Started fast to atone.
For the breach of promise by the Rajkot ruler.
Fasted for two days for minor thefts in the Ashram
Because of communal riots in Bombay and Ahmedabad
For communal unity.
In protest against Government’s propaganda that the responsibility of disturbances after Quit India resolution was that of Congress.
Fasted or thought of fasting for one or more days. Details and reason could not be traced.
Probably on account of an error by the person who prepared the fair copy of a letter written during negotiations with the Muslim League.
Against partition of the country
For communal harmony
Birth date according to Vikram calendar. Fasted instead of celebrating it.