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This town hall is built with local white and red stones in the Indo Gothic Style. It has a clock tower, minarets and domes.The Gandhi Hall was originally known as King Edward Hall, but was renamed in 1948, after the death of Mahatma Gandhi by...More
It can b a heritage building and historic monument but sadly it’s poorly maintained mainly used for gathering and small events. Situated in d heart of the city but administrators should maintain it properly. It can b a big tourist attraction.
Gandhi Hall was known as King Edward Hall before but Raja holkar renamed it after the death of Gandhi ji. Building is located near railway station of Indore. Gandhi hall is now a major venue for cultural exhibitions, community gathering, art and craft exhibitions etc.
This is old building in the centre of the city. Poorly maintained. To spoil this further,authorities rent it out for commercial exhibition like mango trade festival. This can be developed as a good auditorium to be used for cultural activities and concerts.
If you happen to be in Indore and looking for things to do, the Ghandi hall (formally Edward Hall, built by the Britains around nineteen hundred and a bit), is one that will show up on your list of tourist attractions. It is impressive, the...More
- Located near Railway station, this is one of the most popular place for exhibitions and business meetings. Ease of access is one of the plus points for the Town hall. The building was constructed in British Raj Era and the same is reflected back...More
This building attracts you once you reach the MTH compound for your business meetings. and after my meetings i visited the place and amused to see some local songs and dance competition was going on and any one can enter free of cost and enjoy...More