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Sabarmati Ashram

Gandhi Smarak Sangrahalaya, Ashram Rd, Hridaya Kunj, Old Wadaj, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380027, India

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About Sabarmati Ashram

Once the residence of Mahatma Gandhi and his wife Kasturba, Sabarmati Ashram is undoubtedly the biggest tourist attraction situated in the 5km north of Ahmedabad's centre, Gujarat. Located on the tranquil and serene stretch of Sabarmati River, it is also referred to as the 'Gandhi Ashram', 'Mahatma Gandhi Ashram' and most importantly, 'Satyagraha Ashram' as Gandhi began the famous 'Dandi March' from here. It is believed that Mahatma Gandhi chose this site for it is located between a prison and a



Attractions near Sabarmati Ashram

Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Memorial1.03km from Sabarmati Ashram

Sardar Patel national memorial was established in the memory of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, who was a great freedom fighter. Located in the environs of Shahibaugh in Ahmedabad, Sardar Patel national memorial museum is also known as Moti Shah Mahal. The museum houses various portraits of Sardar Patel, his family members and friends. You can also find the biography of Sardar Patel in the museum, which contains a detailed description of all the phases of his life.

Hutheesing Jain Temple2.39km from Sabarmati Ashram

This is a beast known Jain temple in the city of Ahmedabad which was constructed in 1848. The main building is a double-storied. The moolnayak is a marble image of the 15th Tirthankara, Lord Dharamnath. The main temple houses 11 deities, six in the basement and five in three-bay sanctuary. The temple has a unique Manasthhambha inspired by the Jain Manastambha and the Kirtistambha at Chittore in Rajasthan.

Sidi Saiyyed Mosque3.76km from Sabarmati Ashram

Sidi Saiyyed Mosque is one of the most famous mosques of Ahmedabad.  As attested by the marble tablet fixed on the wall of the mosque, it was built by Sidi Sayyid in the retinue of Bilal Jhajar Khan, general in the army of the last Sultan. The mosque was built in the last year of the existence of the Gujarat Sultanate.

Nehru Bridge3.91km from Sabarmati Ashram

The Nehru Bridge is a noteworthy scaffold over the waterway Sabarmati and fills in as a vein of real open transport for the city of Ahmedabad in the territory of Gujarat, India. It is an advanced and bigger extension contrasted with the historic point Ellis Bridge and is devoted to Jawaharlal Nehru, India's first leader. One of the attractions of Ahmedabad City, the Patang Revolving Restaurant is arranged close to Nehru Bridge on the banks of Sabarmati River.

Teen Darwaza4.07km from Sabarmati Ashram

Teen Darwaza is a historical gateway on the east of Bhadra fort. Completed in 1415, it is associated with historical as well as legendary events. The gates are featured in the logo of Ahmedabad municipal corporation. The gateway has three arches which led into a large enclosure, forming the outer courtyard of the palace called Maidan Shah in past, with a fountain and raised terrace in the centre.

Bhadra Fort4.09km from Sabarmati Ashram

Bhadra fort is situated in the walled city of Ahmedabad, India. With its well carved royal palaces, mosques, gates and open spaces, it was renovated in 2014 by Ahmedabad municipal corporation and archaeological survey of India as a cultural center for the city.

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This is the central part of the Gujarat state and It is the seventh most populous district in India.