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Mani Bhavan Gandhi Museum, Mumbai (Bombay)

Categories: History Museums, Museums
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Follow in the footsteps of Mahatma Gandhi at Mani Bhavan Gandhi Museum, dedicated to the life and work of the internationally revered leader. Gandhi solidified his philosophy of non-violent protest and launched the 1932 Civil Disobedience Campaign at this very site. While small, the museum's historical significance resonates across its two floors of informative and enlightening displays. Our Goregaon holiday planner makes visiting Mani Bhavan Gandhi Museum and other Goregaon attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Could be valuable Museum to Gandhi's life touched by chance when in was used in the training of the local elementary school, but were seen slowly interact with elementary school children in India who so in Japan interested in curious exhibit panorama on the 3rd floor of main, posters and photos, is pick up in tourism can look at books from before the time is will be walking when you also want to go sightseeing at Grand road taxi or train Road is hard to understand but believe this trip Advisor map is accurate because the walk
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  • At first we viewed this Gandhi House only from outside. Our guide insisted that we watch, went inside and quite right he had. It gives a nice overview of the life of Gandhi, and what he has achieved. The most beautiful I found the row of television screens, in which beautifully snapshots were made with dolls of the most important moments in the life of Gandhi
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  • This is I testing exhibit. They tell the story of Gandhi through a series of dolls. He was born in the early 1900's, went to law school in England, and started speaking to the people. He had letters t...  read more »
  • Old school fantastic museum dedicated to Gandhi's life. It is where he lived and chatted with colleagues (technically his friend's house I believe) and he learned to spin here. I loved the library filled with books on everything from economics to religion and books by and on Gandhi and Gandhian Thought. Many great quotes posted everywhere. I learned a lot about him that I didn't know. Particularly taken by his quote in his own writing: "Be truthful, gentle and fearless." It is donation based vs. entrance fee.
  • The museum is in an old Neighborhood of upper class English homes ... The museum itself is very informative and gives one a good overview of Mahatma Ghandi's life. However, the neighborhood is worth a walk. The old British colonial architecture is amazing, and the tree lined streets are a delight to walk...
  • A nice historical place to visit in Mumbai. Mani Bhavan was Mahatma Gandhi’s home in Mumbai. The museum houses a few artifacts that belonged to Gandhi and dioramas depicting the Indian freedom movement. It isn't huge and there isn't all that much to see. But still a great place to visit where you can feel history come alive.
  • If you wish to know more about Gandhiji you should definetly visit Mani Bhavan. He stayed there when he was in Mumbai, they have kept some of his belongings and is worth visiting once!
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