Places Related to Mahatma Gandhi


Places Related to Mahatma Gandhi

Places Related to Mahatma Gandhi
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Porbandar Gandhi's Birth Place
Sabarmati Ashram Ahmedabad
Agakhan Palace Pune
Sevagram Ashram Wardha
Gandhi Museum Bombay
Gandhi Museums & Memorial Delhi
Gandhi Museum Madurai


1. Gandhi Smriti and Darshan


Gandhi Smriti at 5, Tees January Marg, New Delhi is a national memorial, which treasures many memories of the last 144 days of his life. The exhibition on the Mahatma, the room he lived in and the prayer ground attract a large number of visitors every day.
Situated close to the Gandhi Samadhi at Rajghat, on a 36-acre land, Gandhi Darshan offers a comprehensive exhibition on Gandhi spread out in four pavilions, films Auditorium, conference facilities for major national and international camps, children's corner and a library.

Contact details
Gandhi Smriti & Darshan Samiti,
Rajghat,
New Delhi-110002,
India.

2. National Gandhi Museum


The Museum is located very close to the memorial where Gandhi was cremated and housed galleries, displays, Gandhi literature Centre, Special Exhibition, Library, Photo Section, Audio Visual Section and more.

Contact details
National Gandhi Museum,
Rajghat,
New Delhi -110002

3. Centre for Gandhian Studies


A place to study about Gandhi's philosophy and nonviolence.

Contact details
University of Kerala,
Thiruvanthapuram - 695034,
Kerala,
India.



Last Updated on : January 14, 2015

 

     


     

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