Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi took all important decisions, from 1917 till Civil Disobedience Movement (Dandi March) in 1930, at Sabarmati Ashram. This Satyagraha Ashram located at a serene and peaceful place, reminiscent of early 20th century village atmosphere amidst bustling city. Evening Prayer starts at 6.30 pm everyday, which was the part of Gandhi’s routine during his stay at Ashram.
Couple of buildings within the Ashram were designed by Charles Corea.
Ashram houses Gandhi Museum, which was founded after Independence, inaugurated by Jawaharlal Nehru. It has three galleries - Gandhi in Ahmedabad, My Life is My Message, and Painting Gallery.
Ashram is a treasure trove which includes many rare items, paintings, photos, letters,
Hriday Kunj, home of the Father of Nation, full of personal memorabilia.
Small and extremely simple houses such as Vinoba-Mira Kutir, Udyog Mandir, Prarthana Bhoomi, Somnath Chhatralaya.
Open on all days between 8.30 A.M to 6.30 P.M