I'm traveling alone and came searching for the place where Gandhi had been assassinated. I tried to figure out where it was on the maps and guide books, but couldn't. Confused, I decided to go to the Raj Ghat to see what it was. I'm glad I did. A big space where people can walk (shoes off!) to and past the platform on which Gandhi was cremated. Not much here besides that. Still....a reflective place that I appreciated. There are three other important Gandhi places to see. I'm listing them here because I couldn't find this overview anywhere else. First, the Gandhi National Museum (just kitty-corner/catercorner to the Raj Ghat) tells his whole story and has many artifacts of his life. Second, south of the Raj Ghat (walking distance, west of the National Museum) is the Gandhi Darshan. This is another museum about his life, associated with a research center. This museum is more rigorous with information and organization, with fewer artifacts, than the National Museum. Both are well worth seeing. The fourth Gandhi history site is the Gandhi Smriti / Birla House, where he was assassinated. There are reviews in TripAdvisor for all of these sites but the Darshan. Hopefully, I'll get them to add it. The Gandhi Smriti is a taxi drive away from the other 3.