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  • Magan Niwas

    Magan Niwas

    Maganlal Gandhi was Gandhi’s nephew and his true follower since Phoenix Ashram days in South Africa. Gandhi called him “the soul of the Ashram” of which he was the architect and efficient manager. He introduced different upgraded des

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  • Hriday Kunj

    Hriday Kunj

    This was Gandhiji’s home in the Ashram. Kakasaheb Kalelkar named it Hriday Kunj. Gandhiji and Kasturba lived here from 1918 to 1930. Here he met national and international personalities. He left the Ashram in 1930 with a vow- “not to re...

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  • Vinoba-Mira Kutir

    Vinoba-Mira Kutir

    Gandhi hailed Vinoba Bhave as the model Satyagrahi for his total commitment to truth. He stayed here from 1918 to 1921. Later, he led Bhoodan Andolan a revolutionary movement for land donation in India. Madeleine Slade, a British Admiral...

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  • Nandini


    This was the guest house of the Ashram. Many national leaders and visitors to the Ashram stayed here. Poet Rabindranath Tagore, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, Babu Rajendra Prasad, Reginald Reynolds, ‘Deenbandhu’ C.F. Andrews, Henry Polak, Ma

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  • Udyog Mandir

    Udyog Mandir

    It was founded in 1918 during the historic strike of mill workers of Ahmedabad. In the beginning Gandhiji lived in one of is small rooms. A ‘temple of industry’ it symbolized self-reliance and dignity of labour It spread the message of

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  • Somnath Chhatralaya

    Somnath Chhatralaya

    This large building of approximately 100 rooms was used as a community living quarters. The students of the Ashram school, participants of Swadeshi and Constructive Work Training Programmes stayed here and observed Ashram rules including th

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  • Upasana Mandir (Prarthana Bhooni)

    Upasana Mandir (Prarthana Bhooni)

    Prayer, both individual and congregational, was for Gandhiji an essential aspect of Ashramic life. “When it is night for all others beings, the disciplined soul is awake.” This injunction of the Bhagvad Gita was the ideal of Ashramic li...

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  • Gandhi Memorial Museum

    Gandhi Memorial Museum

    Gandhi Memorial Museum was inaugurated on May 10, 1963 by India's first Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. It is housed in an iconic building designed by Charles Correa. It has 3 galleries (Gandhi in Ahmedabad Gallery, Painting Gallery

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