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Sabarmati Ashram also known as Gandhi Ashram is located in the Sabarmati suburb of Ahmedabad. It was from his base here that Gandhi led the Dandi march also known as the Salt Satyagrah on 12 March 1930. The ashram now has a museum, the Gandhi Smarak Sangrahalay. This had originally...More
I wasn’t too sure what to expect on arrival but I was really impressed with both the numbers of people and the age range it seems that true inspiration is not bound by years. It’s difficult to explain exactly what it is , part museum...More
Sabarmati Ashram is a must-visit when one comes to Ahmedabad. Located on the banks of Sabarmati River, this Ashram gives a glimpse of the austere lifestyle of the great father of Indian nation, Mahatma Gandhi.
A number of activities were decided and executed by Mahatma...More
This aashram is situated in outskirt of Ahmedabad in sabarmati. You can visit this for history of MG. He use to live here when he was alive. You can go there if you want to about him or just want to find peace.
It is always an amazing experience to be at Gandhi Ashram...the place where Gandhiji once lived n lead the freedom struggle against the mighty British empire..
Nested on the banks of Sabarmati River, it is a place where you would feel the tranquility n solace...More
Very well maintained and sort of now a museum / homage place of Mahatma Gandhi. He used to stay here and a place that is witness to many of his movements and launch of the great India independence struggle.
This is a peaceful place. People will be able to know about India's struggle to get independence from britishers. You should visit this place at least once. This place should remain forever, because I think our future generations will be able to get the importance...More
It was amazing experience. Best for any field trip with lots of info on the lives and activities of Gandhiji and fellow freedom fighters. They have all the live remnants, different paintings, letters at display in the museum along with a quick guide on "charkha"....More