Tomorrow we commend the 152nd birth commemoration of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, affectionately known as the 'Father of the Nation'. Gandhi with his peacefulness strategy and Swadeshi development drove India towards its independence from the Britishers. In the event that you wish to find out about the existence of the incomparable Indian legend Gandhi, then, at that point, Delhi is the most ideal spot for you. 

Today we take you on a virtual visit through every one of the recorded landmarks related to Mahatma Gandhi in Delhi. 

Raj Ghat 

This commemoration, committed to Gandhi, is created in where Mahatma Gandhi was incinerated. It is one of the must-visit places of interest in Delhi drawing in travelers from everywhere. The ghat is situated on the Mahatma Gandhi Marg Road. 

Harijan Basti in Gole Market 

Not very many individuals realize that Gandhi remained at the Harijan Basti in Gole Market in 1946. There's Bapu Ashram in the compound of Valmiki Mandir. It is here where Gandhi resided and showed English and Hindi to adolescents living in the locale. There are representations and pictures of Gandhi, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, Mohammad Ali Jinnah, and other significant pioneers, who visited the spot during Gandhi's 214-day stay, from April 1, 1946, to June 10, 1947.

National Gandhi Museum and Library 

Situated in Jawaharlal Nehru Marg, the National Gandhi Museum and Library houses a rich assortment of books, diaries, photos, presentations, and craftsmanship firmly identified with Mahatma Gandhi and his significant other Kastur Ba. One can likewise discover data and general media materials for research purposes. 

Kasturba Kutir 

This is a little historical center set in the Kingsway Camp of Delhi. The two-story house which is currently a gallery is where Gandhi resided with his significant other Kasturba and child Devdas during the 1930s and 40s. It is one of a handful of galleries devoted to 'Ba'. In this basic house, you'll discover a lamp, a charkha, and a duplicate of the Gita. 

Gandhi Smriti 

Gandhi Smriti, earlier known as Birla Home or Birla Bhavan, is an excellent exhibition hall devoted to Mahatma Gandhi. The historical center is situated in the area where Gandhi went through the most recent 144 days of his life as he was killed on 30 January 1948. On 15 August 1973, the spot opened as Gandhi Smriti where various reviews identified with Gandhi's life can be seen. 

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