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This is the property at which Mahatma Gandhi was home prisoned in the British rule.This was a private property then, handed over to govt.of India and after that it is converted in to a museum.Nice place to visit when you visit pune
Visited this Palace during one of my Pune visit . It was a good place to know historical facts . They kept many historical things before independence to exhibit there. Nice to connect with our history.
Bapu with his wife, secretary and Sarajini Naidu were in house arrest in this house during 1942 to 1944. Bapu' s secretary and wife Kasturaba died here. Their samadhi are located within the palace compound. Articles used by Bapu, Kasturaba etc are displayed here. Nice...More
On 2nd October 2018 the Aga Khan Palace, Pune was lit up in all its glory to celebrate the 150 birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.
Shining like a beacon above Pune's Nagar Road the brightly lit Palace represents a fitting metaphor for Gandhi's role as...More
If one knew that kasturba Gandhi was imprisoned and died here then we understand the importance of the "palace". Important slice of history but not much of documentation of the atrocities of the past which is essential to be prepared for the future since history...More
Name of the place does not convey what it's actually famous for..Palace was built in 1892..was a prison for mahatma gandhi for a few years. Samadhi was his secretary and kasturba gandhi is present here.. museum gives us an idea of how they lived there...More
Rs300 admission for foreigners. At the moment it is under renovation which is good to see that it's happening but not very pleasant for visiting. Although the grounds are very well kept there really isn't very much to see. As an Indian for Rs25 I...More