Located in the quiet residential region of Laburnum Road, Gamdevi - Mani Bhawan, then owned by Revashankar Jagjeevan Jhaveri, was offered to Gandhi for his stay in Mumbai through 1917 to 1934. It was from here that he launched many of the famous movements such as the Satyaghara, Non-cooperation, Swadeshi etc.
The entrance is free, the staff is friendly and the place has been polished (possibly before Obama's visit?) and maintained well. The ground floor is dominated by a nice well kept library and the museum is installed in the sections above. The first floor walls cover the life of Gandhi peppered with photographs of historically important events and people. One room has a display of well made diorama's from Gandhi's life depicting important events in his life. Upstairs the room used by him has been preserved and the newsletters he ran are displayed. It'll take you about an hour to cover this little museum but it is well worth the visit.
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