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I honestly am not overly impressed with the things that Gandhi said when he was alive. Very dude, sure. He stood for some good things, but I'm not going to bounce around a room and read about all this for an hour and pretend to...More
I visited this place in the morning after receiving terrible news about a great man in my life back home in Australia. I visited the complex alone which gave me time to really reflect on the situation and life. This was really the perfect place...More
On a cloudy morning l took a walk under the trees till l reached the Gandhi smrithi van. It is really an abode of peace and one can experience the sanctity of the great soul. After that visit one should see the museum where mahatma's...More
Really enjoyed our trip to learn more about Gandhi and his life. There is a pretty long film which we watched for an hour when one of the staff came in and switched it off because it was lunchtime. Baffling as it was on a...More
Considering the fact this place is free for everyone to enter and the crowd which comes here, let me commend the authorities for its maintenance. Shoes are not allowed inside the main area. This place has historic importance and the ppl who have studied or...More
Gandhi Smriti is a museum dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi. It is the location where Mahatma Gandhi spent the last 144 days of his life and was assassinated on 30 January 1948.Its free to the public! Expect crowd in this place!
A good place to visit it is kept neat and tidy. Entries completely free Shoes are not allowed inside they they have a special place to keep your shoes. Its better you leave them on your car so that it is easy for to get...More
Really interesting museum. It was so interesting reading about Gandhi's life & looking at old pictures. Maybe give the multi media section a pass, it was very confusing & hard to understand, the rest of the visit was brilliant