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I found this museum very interesting finding out about Gandhi’s life, causes and politics.
Allow a few hours as there is lots to look at and read about.
I wouldn’t be put off by the exterior of the museum. Once inside there is lots to...More
Popped in here for a 1 hour visit and was able to see the highlights. There is a lot to see if you are interested in the life and teachings of Gandhi and want to see pictures etc of his childhood, some of his talks,...More
Was rather off the beaten track to get to this museum but well worth the effort. A huge display of items associated with Gandhi, from his personal everyday objects to the clothes in which he as assassinated. Highly recommended.
This museum showcases the life of Mahatma Gandhi, a definite giant in India's political and social history. You can see actual artifacts used by Gandhi and replicas. Lots of quotes and sayings by the man himself. So you'll get a glimpse into his philosophy and...More
It was really a nice experience to see this Museum, we really need 4 to 6 hours to cover this place as it has lot of things to visit. However, we couldn't able to spent more time due to other places which were in the...More
This is a beautiful museum in New Delhi, India about the life of Mahatma Ghandi. It was very interesting to understand his life, where he came from and his philosophies. I saw Indian garments for sale as well, his traditional clothing.
I would combine this...More
The National Gandhi Museum is a museum located in New Delhi, showcasing the life and principles of Mahatma Gandhi. The museum first opened in Mumbai (Bombay then), shortly after Gandhi was assassinated in 1948. The museum relocated several times before moving to Raj Ghat, New...More