Salt, as an indispensable article of daily consumption has been in economics, social life and politics through the ages. This has been a source of revenue since ancient times and changed the course of history. British rule of India turned it to be a source of considerable revenue by establishing a monopoly both on its productions and sale. The exploitative British salt polices had earned from the taxation and administration of salt. The gathering discontent developing as a movement against the British salt polices formed full expression in the Salt Satyagraha of 1930. Salt and Struggle for Freedom in India presents a distinctive feature along with the common aspects of the subject for the Indian subcontinent. This is a book, which brings a picture of the life of the common men as well as the colonial nature of British administration and economic exploitation in India. The book reflects its intention how a common ingredient of life united every section of the people and brought Indian independence. It is a book which high lights the nature’s gift in a political weapon. The collection of the source material, though challenging in nature was often of exciting pleasure.Hope the book.