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Sabarmati Ashram

Sabarmati Ashram

Set up in 1915, Sabarmati ashram is a place with lot of historical significance. It is situated 5 km from the city of Ahmedabad, (Gujarat State), on the west bank of Sabarmati River. This ashram was de3clarewd as the national monument after the famous Dandi march that took place in 1930.

Today, the ashram is basically a museum known as Gandhi Smarak Sangrahalaya. The museum is displayed with 8 life-size painting and around 250 photo-enlargements historic events of Gandhi’s life. Letters written by Gandhi are also displayed in the gallery at the museum. Apart from this museum, the ashram also houses a library, auditorium and photo galleries depicting the life of Mahatma Gandhi. The library host a collection of about 30,000 books, all bases on the life of Mahatma Gandhi and Indian freedom movement.

The Ashram remains open from 8.30 am to 6.00 pm throughout the year and charges no fee. Researchers and history lovers will have great time exploring the various interesting aspects related to Indian history. Visit Sabarmati Ashram to know about Mahatma Gandhi and what he did for India in detail.

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