There are many museums dedicated to Gandhi, in Calcutta where he spent much of his life and elsewhere. Gandhi Smirti - where he lived for only a few months prior to his assasination is dedicated more to his assassination and the events leading up to it.
Located in the Embassy quarter, this walled compound provides a quiet and peaceful refuge from the dirt and noise of New Delhi.
The information boards could do with updating, but provide a reasonable background to Gandhi's lifes work and beliefs. As Gandhi is considered the Father of the Indian Nation it is of course all rather rose-tinted, but is certainly worth a couple of hours of your time, and unlike many attractions in Delhi is not filled with hawkers or guides pestering you for your trade.
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