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A peaceful small old style museum.
Have visited many times with overseas visitors and they always leave having had “ a moment”.
The respectful and moving atmosphere in the “Martyrdom Gallery” is felt by many.
Yesterday we were able to leisurely walk around the building...More
I have come across the great man named Gandhiji where the term Ji denotes respect. Most of my reading largely centred around the independence of India. The museum was really an eye opener as his single mindedness actually begun in South Africa and later on...More
Just over 70 years ago, I recall sheer desolation in the normally busy streets. Visiting the site where Gandhi spent the last 144 days of his life and to read his sayings alongside historical photos was the most moving experience of our tour of Delhi...More
It is quite moving to follow the steps he took to his final moment. Beautiful, well tended grounds and buildings. Free to public. I'm very glad I went. Also a wonderful shop that benefits underprivileged artisans.