Loved the model house too of the Sevagram. If you know a little or. I thing of Indian colonial history, this will help make sense of gandhi's rise and place in world history
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The Gandhi Museum is beautifully organized. It’s all about the struggle of India for freedom and the high impact Gandhi had on India. The exhibits are displayed chronologically, starting with the arrival of the "white man," the British, and taking Indian history through to India's...More
You need to leave enough time to do this justice. Don't expect interactive displays or recordings you have to read the descriptions in each case to fully appreciate the horror of the fight for independence. This is what makes Ghandi's approach so amazing. Long before...More
I enjoyed the museum, very peaceful and in hurried. Lots of great pictures and artefacts. I especially enjoyed the early years information on Gandhi's life. One odd bit is the display of the dhoti that he was wearing at his assassination. Blood stained and even...More
Loved the exhibits, as they gave a chronological overview of Gandhi's life complete with pictures and details. There was also the historical backdrop of the occupation by the British, so you see everything in context. The purpose of a museum like this is to educate,...More
We went to this Museum thinking that we will not spend too much time here but the layout of it,the history on show,the walk thru set up just fantastic..it kept on drawing your attention..this is no ordinary boring Museum. This is a MUST SEE
VERY INTERESTING PLACE TO SEE.lots of british history with pictures of india struggle prior independence.sad part the property was not well maintained(CARPETS OLD,NOT CLEANED PROPERLY).sad part is they close for lunch and we had to rush as they started switching off the lights.
An historic building with various displays of the history of the area and the British involvement in India. Pictorial and written explanations about ghandi,his life and work.
situated in the heart of madurai'.very close to main bazar and bus stand.boarding and lodging around the temple.main holy place of the hindus