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Sabarmati Ashram in Ahmedabad, Gujarat

Sabarmati Ashram or Gandhi Ashram is situated in the Ahmedabad of Gujarat state. Sabarmati Ashram was one of the residences of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, commonly known as Mahatma Gandhi. He lived here for around twelve year along with his wife, Kasturba Gandhi. It is the legendary place from where Gandhi Ji has started the Dandi march also known as the Salt Satyagraha on 12 March 1930.

Sabarmati Ashram has been converted into Museum, the Gandhi Smarak Sangrahalaya. Originally museum was located in the Hridaya Kunj, Gandhiji’s own cottage in Ashram but later on shifted to well-designed building and inaugurated by Jawarhar lal Nehru on 10 May 1963.

Museum houses :-
• It has many life-size paintings depicting the moments of Gandhiji’s life.
• Quotations, letters and many other remains of Gandhiji.
• Library with number of books on teachings and work of Gandhiji.
• Some personal relics of Gandhiji.
• Charkha used by Gandhiji to spin Khadi Clothes and different designs of Charkha.
• Writing table used to write letters.
• Gallery exhibiting the major events of Gandhiji life in Ahmedabad. Etc.

Whole Ashram includes many building with different significance and stories. Some of the other buildings within the Ashram are-

Nandini - guest house where guest from abroad and India are accommodated.

Vinoba Kutir - named after Acharya Vinoba Bhave who stayed here.

Upasana Mandir - it is the prayer Ground, and after praying Gandhiji as the head of family solve queries after analysing.

Magan Niwas - this was used as the residence of Ashram Manager, Maganlal Gandhi, loved cousin of Gandhiji.

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