It's Gandhiji asharam. You could find a lot of information about him and his struggles and information here.
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Set up In!918, on the banks of the Sabrmati, is a place of tranquility. This is the abode Where Gandhiji lived,experimented with animal husbandry,agriculture and khadi And launched the Dandi march in 1930. Timings-10-30am-5-30 pm,Monday closed
This ashram "has been part" of freedom movement. I can't use "was part of" because i feel it's till alive and can become part of next independence for India where people can express their opinions on politicians without dire consequences, where we can feel all...More
My parents enjoyed it a lot since both of them are die hard Gandhi followers, but even I enjoyed the peace and calm that u experience inside the ashram. It is very well maintained and although it's like in the heart of the city you...More
It is really nice place to do Concentrate, and we can clearly heard a voice of nature. There Are many types of books about gandhiji, Religion, etc. and free to read them. You may spend time, do your any type of work there without any...More
The Ashram of Mahatma Gandhi is perhaps the most famous place of Ahmedabad belonging to the latest time. Here Gandhi and his wife spent 12 years of their life and from here they began famous "salty" march. One who expects to get "standard" impressions from...More
One of the most compelling reasons to visit this more peaceful Indian state is that it is the homeland of world-famous leader Mahatma Gandhi. After returning from South Africa, Gandhiji set up his first Ashram in Ahmadabad. A must visit.
Great exhibit on the life of this great man. You get a real feel for what started the movement many years ago.