Sabarmati Ashram / Mahatma Gandhi's Home, Ahmedabad

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Historic Site
Pay a visit to Sabarmati Ashram / Mahatma Gandhi's Home, a former residence of Mahatma Gandhi and his wife, and the site from where he led the legendary Salt March of 1930. The ashram was built in 1917, nestled on the banks of the Sabarmati River, and was Gandhi’s home for 12 years. Take a walking tour of the ashram and its museum to learn more about Gandhi’s life and the independence movement, visit his living quarters and seeing numerous artifacts from his time there. Take a look at our Ahmedabad family vacation planner to schedule your visit to Sabarmati Ashram / Mahatma Gandhi's Home and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Some different type of Peaceful atmosphere here, one can feel a holy and peaceful place to visit and sit for sometime of life  more »
  • In every historical important site, the sheer richness of that place will sweep you off your feet, but SABARMATI ashram is different. Its simplicity will do that job.when I reached there early morning...  more »
  • Very beautiful place in Gujarat Ahmedabad very pleasant you can learn more about Gandhi where he started and where you lived all the things were being kept on this Ashama is located near Sabarmati Riv...  more »
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  • A sense of complete relaxing environment. Must see place if you want to experience a biography of Gandhiji. Full of positive feelings. Going out smiling from this place.
  • A peaceful place. People who are interested in history and want to know about Mahatama Gandhi can visit Sabarmati Ashram. It covered many movements of Gandhi life. Please note that the place will get closed by 6:30 pm. Great experience
  • What a historic place. You could feel the energy of all the meetings and thoughts discussed for our freedom. I had goosebumps as I walked through
  • Truly like visiting his home. Historical significance. well maintained despite being a free site. Gift store on campus.
  • What you expect from a place where Mahatma Gandhi lived major part of his life. The ambiance is so peaceful and positive that you sit here for hours without speaking a word. River gives you more soothing feeling at night when it's enlighten by lights. They have museum which beautifully express his life and teachings.