Gandhi Ashram, the abode of Mahatma Gandhi, the great man of India.

Three gunshots rang out in Delhi on “January 30, 1948” like a mournful cry. Because it was from a bullet that killed one of India’s greatest men, Mahatma Gandhi.

“Mahatma Gandhi” is not only an important person in India. but was considered an important person in the world more than a century ago It is a model of fighting with the principle of nonviolence. He was a philosopher, a lawyer, a politician, a fighter that the world must write down. That makes today His story is still being told. And broadcast is known in India. Many places have become historical tourist destinations to follow in the footsteps of great men.

Gujarat is the birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi. It is in Porbandar, a seaside town in the state of Gujarat. However, in Ahmedabad (or Ahmedabad) there was a house where Mahatma Gandhi lived for a time, called the Sabarmati Ashram or Gandhi Ashram, which was located on the banks of the river. Sabamati River

“Sabarmati Ashram” was the residence of Mahatma Gandhi and his family after moving back from South Africa. Gandhi built the residence in 1915 until two years later moved the ashram to the banks of the Sabamati River. because they need more space to do other activities during their stay here There was also a school for teaching, farming, weaving, and it was also a gathering place for the Indian freedom movement.

Until March 12, 1930, Mahatma Gandhi left this ashram to walk in protest against the salt tax law. and made a vow that he would never return to the ashram until India gains independence from England

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Gandhi fought to gain independence. been imprisoned many times Until India regained its independence in August 1947. Five months later, on January 30, 1948, Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated to death. and has not returned to the ashram since that protest march

“Sabarmati Ashram” is now open for tourists to visit. Inside there are exhibitions about Mahatma Gandhi from his birth, education, family, and the struggle for the Indian people. and concepts Some of the artifacts are reproduced, particularly in the Hridaya Kunj, the ashram where Gandhi and his family lived. The interior shows simplicity. There are only a few items used. And if anyone is interested in Mahatma Gandhi’s ideas, there is a bookshop that sells a wide variety of Gandhi-related books to choose from within the ashram itself.

Additional information

History of Mahatma Gandhi
Mahatma Gandhi or Mohandas Kadamchand Gandhi was born in 1869 and graduated from law school in England. before going to work as a lawyer in South Africa and met with the problem of racism Gandhi helped combat the issue through non-violent protests.

Gandhi's funeral

Inspire people around the world
After returning to work in India He also founded the Indian Freedom Movement during the British colonial days, and in the 1930s began a world-famous, nonviolent long-distance demonstration. from Ahmedabad to the seaside town of Dandi, nearly 400 km, in opposition to the salt tax law. After that he also joined the resistance against British rule in India. which later led to the liberation of India from British colonial rule. His activism has also inspired demands for civil rights and freedoms around the world.

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View along the banks of the Sabamati River, near the ashram
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