The place has many valued items used by gandhiji. It takes less than 1 hour to complete touring the place. childern need to be taken as they learn about value of simplicity
This was a nice stop on our tour. Also the Gandhi Memorial. The grounds and buildings are nice to see, but for the most part, visitors will be reading descriptions of pictures, or words of Gandhi or words about him. Worth seeing.
If you have an admiration for civil rights leader Mohandas Gandhi, or are interested in the freedom struggle in India, this is a must-see. Basically this is the house in which Gandhi spent his later days. It may sound unbelievable, but the place exudes peace and warmth, and that feeling is added to by the surrounding gardens and mini-museum with... More
This one is too modern. 6 years ago we wisited thhe old small Gandhi museum and it was nice. We couldn t find it this time. We are not sure if this was the one and it is now modernised.
I have been there several times, especially on 2nd October which is Gandhi ji's birthday, and the International Day of Non-Violence declared by the United Nations. Very nice museum, albeit small, and one gets to see Gandhi ji's room. You can also visit the place where he was shot.
An amazing museum and quite an insight to an incredible human being. Quiet and peaceful too. A must see site of Delhi.
A lovely space commemorating Gandhi's philosophy and the place where he was murdered. A long inscription, done 2007, in honour of the first War of Independence (1857) from the Indian viewpoint negating the British view of the battles just being a Revolt of the Sepoys.
The place is actually dedicated to the spot as to where Gandhi was shot and there is a flame where they honor the spot. The place has in display a lot of valuables associated with him like the spectacles, his writing desk and the personal room that he used while he stayed here. The information in the place is limited... More
This museum is a fantastic place to visit to get a good overview of Gandhi's life and untimely death. It was moving, insightful and inspiring.
The museum is full of Gandhi memorabilia including his bed, meditation bench, letters, personal objects and thousands of photos. Walk the marked way through the garden until the spot he was asasinated.
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