Swatantra Sangrama Sangrahalaya

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Swatantra Sangrama Sangrahalaya

Swatantra Sangrama Sangrahalaya
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Kumar S
New Delhi, India421 contributions
Swatantra Sangrama Sanghralaya
Mar 2018 • Solo
Swatantra Sangrama Sanghralaya is situated with the Red Fort Complex and nicely depicts the journey to freedom of country. Not to be missed while visiting the fort.
Written April 29, 2018
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TheOmniscience
341 contributions
Nice museum
Feb 2018 • Solo
This museum is situated inside the red fort complex. no extra ticket is required for entry. It gives a nice knowledge about India's freedom struggle. Should visit when visiting the fort.
Overall it's a nice museum and we'll kept
Written February 12, 2018
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tripsmaker
266 contributions
Saluting the brave hearts
Jun 2016 • Solo
It is a museum inside red fort of Delhi. India's first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru hosted Indian National flag from the rampart of Red Fort. So it became an integral part of Indian freedom movement. Therefore a museum on independence movement was constructed in a army barrack building. It displays maps, writings, documents, photographs, paintings, models, sculptures, arms and ammunition from 1857 onwards. It's a place of tourist attraction in Delhi, and visited by thousands to learn about Indian independence movement.
Written May 8, 2017
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Shilpamittal
New Delhi, India424 contributions
Knowledge
Sep 2016 • Friends
This place is inside Red fort & gives good knowledge & key information about the independence movement.
Written January 31, 2017
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buttonmoon_5
London, United Kingdom23 contributions
Informative and poignant museum within the Red Fort
Dec 2016 • Solo
If you're visiting the Red Fort in Delhi, it's easy to miss this museum in one of the army barracks there, but I'm very pleased I went. It details the history of India's struggle for independence from the British and taught me an awful lot that I didn't know. Everything is presented in a fair and factual way - it's not a biased museum about how amazing India is, it's a historical analysis of the country and its past.

It ends with a very poignant section dedicated to the stories of young martyrs, aged around 16-20, who lost their lives after standing up for what they believed in.

Highly recommended. Definitely seek this one out, rather than the other two museums within the Red Fort which are easier to find, but less interesting in my opinion.
Written January 7, 2017
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ashokkuwar
New Delhi, India1 contribution
Remembered and first pilloer for Democracy in india.
Jan 2016
Best and remember able place for every Indian peoples who love our country-INDIA .Center and Delhi Govt.Should give their spl. focus at this place,so that it should be love by every persons.
Written February 27, 2016
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Satyendra Garg
Port Blair, India6,490 contributions
This museum, inside the Red Fort is dedicated to those who fought for Indian Freedom.
Feb 2015 • Family
This museum of Freedom Struggle is located in one of the two storeyed barracks quite near to Lahori Gate and Meena Bazar inside the Fort.
The Red Fort has witnessed history being created many a times. As regards Indian Independence Movement, Indian soldiers who revolted against the British in 1857 came to this Fort and captured it. Bahadur Shah joined the rebels and fierce battle was was fought in Delhi. Due to superior strength, the British recaptured Delhi and the first war of Independence did not succeed.
During Freddom Struggle, indian National Army fought the British during the Second World War. It was at Red Fort that trial of Indian National Army officers was conducted. After Independence Prime Minister Nehru unfurled the national flag at Red Fort.
Because of its role, this museum dedicated to Freedom Struggle was set up in 1995 and has different sections right from the first war of Independence to attainment of Freedom. The story of freedom struggle has been displayed through photographs, documents, paintings and objects like weapons, badges and representation of scenes.
Very valuable for those who want to understand the Freedom Struggle in India.
Written February 27, 2015
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