Nasjonalt Gandhi-museum

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Nasjonalt Gandhi-museum
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SAROJ8585
Bokaro Steel City, India1 490 bidrag
jan. 2020 • Familie
National Gandhi museum contains huge picture gallaries depicting Gandhis life,work and ideals in photographs ,artworks,paintings and his relics.It also contains a well maintain specialized library having nearly 40000 books,magazines,his correspondence,books on world peace and religions
Skrevet 31. mai 2020
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Janet B
Blackburn, UK58 bidrag
mar. 2020
Could have spent all day here. The museum is very informative as is the whole memorial site. When you follow the final footsteps Mahatma Gandhi took hed on his last journey it is very moving. The atmospher is very respectful and really toucned me.
Skrevet 17. mai 2020
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MamaT23
Canada1 663 bidrag
mar. 2020 • Alene
A very informative Walkthrough Museum of his entire world. Step by step of his life in chronological order. Bit shocking seeing his blood stained shawl which he wore while he was assassinated.
Skrevet 19. mars 2020
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VKniazeff
Krasnoyarsk, Russland909 bidrag
mar. 2020
Махатма Ганди - фактически создатель Индии. Рядом с радж Гхатом расположен этот небольшой музей, где представлены основные этапы его пути и быт. Есть небольшой магазин с литературой и сувенирами. Добраться можно от станции метро Дели Гейт - 10-15 минут ходьбы или на мото/ велорикше.
Skrevet 10. mars 2020
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jmarcbrandenberger
Lausanne, Sveits6 333 bidrag
feb. 2020 • Par
Très beau site et très calme et zen! Beau moment unique et exceptionnel. 1heure suffit amplement pour cette visite
Skrevet 29. februar 2020
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eandeMelbourne
Melbourne7 bidrag
jan. 2020
Very comprehensive museum on the life of Gandhi. Lots of photos and written information. Gives a real feel for the person.
Skrevet 16. februar 2020
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tasliz
Hvidovre, Danmark208 bidrag
feb. 2020
Et sjovt og anderledes museum der fortæller om Gandhi liv og skud episoden der slog ham ihjel. mange små installationer der viser forskellige små historier om Gandhis virke.
Skrevet 15. februar 2020
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Dokachin
Nerima, Japan172 bidrag
feb. 2020 • Alene
南ア時代から2度の世界大戦、その後の独立、暗殺までを、多くの写真と、解説・語録で綴った素晴らしいバイオグラフィー。
そのシンボルの糸車の展示もあり、丁寧な展示に感心。
さて、ここで日光の三猿を見るとは思わなかった。当然日光の方が旧いので…?と思ったが、どうやら日本発祥ではなく、同様のものが各地にあるらしい。Monkeyでは語呂が合わない気がするが。
Skrevet 2. februar 2020
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Hadassa
4 bidrag
des. 2019
From our plural visits to museums in India and beyond, our interest was concerning the kind of public undertaking that museums cultivate, has grown, further Indian museums have splended series but fail to actively bind with their communer. The dweller Council of learning Museum in India & a knob of other museums have merged this approach, lately, however, we have yearned for museums across the country to follow suit, wsorth it!
Skrevet 28. januar 2020
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Tarique S
New Delhi, India535 bidrag
jan. 2020
Gandhi, a man who is revered all over the world for his philosophy of 'Ahimsa' or 'Non Violence'. Man, who taught the world that no matter how tough the battle is, it can still be won by love. He took up no arms, still defeated his opponents. Lived simplest life with some of the greatest philosophical thinking. Man, who eradicated untouchability from our society and left an indelible mark in the history of mankind. Such was Mahatma Gandhi and this humble Museum has tried its best to bring forth some of the glimpses of his life.

The Museum is built on two floors, the ground and the first floor. As you enter the main building, you find a larger than life size bust of Mahatma Gandhi to your left and an exhibition hall to your right, where presently the photographs of Gandhi’s Life in South Africa has been put on show.

There is Library on the ground floor which has around 40,000 books in English and other Indian languages, like Urdu, Hindi, Tamil, and Guajarati etc. The collection of this Library have been divided into two sections, viz. ‘Gandhiana (including freedom movement) and ‘General’. The ‘Gandhiana’ section includes books, journals and documents by Gandhiji, on Gandhiji, his philosophy, ideology and those on the history of the Indian Freedom Movement from 1857 to 1947. The ‘General’ section includes books, journals and documents on subjects other than those covered under the ‘Gandhiana’. No membership fee is required for consulting books. The access to library is free for all.

As you climb the stairs to reach the first floor you will come across an abstract by Nobel Laureate, great writer and a poet, Rabindranath Tagore, which he wrote on Gandhiji. On the first floor lies the ‘Charkha Museum’. Charkha or ‘Spinning wheel’, became a symbol of freedom movement and also played a pivotal role in ‘Swaraj’ movement. It represented a desire to achieve self-dependency, self-responsibility, self-respect and self-realisation.

‘Commemorative Gallery’ on the first floor exhibits many of the belongings of Gandhiji and in ‘Martyrdom Museum’, the blood stained cloth of Gandhiji has been displayed. It was the same cloths that Gandhiji was wearing when he was assassinated by Nathuram Godse.

There are few things in the museum which are indeed amazing and adds extra charm to it. Like the recreated heartbeats of Gandhiji which can be seen in the form of ECG and can also be heard on headphone. One can listen to the original voice of Gandhiji on a handset of telephone. The “Walking Stick” of Gandhiji is also on display. It is the same “walking Stick” which Gandhiji used during the great “Dandi March” in 1930. Two teeth of Gandhiji extracted by Dr Barretto at Nagpur has also been kept on display at this museum.

This museum doesn’t just displays objects but also teaches the much needed philosophy for the present time. I would definitely recommend this museum to people of age groups.

Important Infos:
1. Free Parking is available inside the main campus of the Museum.

2. The Museum and the Library are open from Tuesday to Sunday between 10 am to 5:30 pm.

3. There is a small souvenir shop in the main building where you can purchase show pieces and books as well.

4. A Tea/Coffee stall is also available near the Parking bay.

5. Photography is allowed inside the main building.

6. Public Convenience is also available inside the main building.
Skrevet 13. januar 2020
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