Sabarmati ashram is located on the banks of the River Sabarmati in Ahmadabad Gujarat. Sabarmati ashram is opened on 17th June 1917. charles Correa is an architect of the Sabarmati ashram. After return from South Africa it was an Gandhi’s first ashram established in India at Kochrab area of Ahmadabad on 25th May 1915 after that Gandhi wants to try something new in animal husbandry, Cow breeding, Khadi & related constructive works, for that he shifted the ashram at barren land near to the banks of river Sabarmati on 17th June 1917.
sabarmati ashram Originally called a Satyagraha ashram, it was a Gandhi’s home from 1917 to 1930. the name of Sabarmati ashram is for the river which it sits. the ashram was establishment main vision is to serve as an institution that would carry on a search for truth & a platform for the group of workers who committed to non-violence who help secure freedom for India. it was a place that Gandhi launched a famous “Dandi March” with 78 companions from here on 12th March 1930, it was 241 miles from the ashram. Dandi march is in protest of the British “Salt Law”, Law is taxed Indian Salt in an effort to promote Salse of British salt in our country.
Now, the ashram is source of things that provide us inspiration and right path to our life form Gandhi’s life mission and help for all that people who are fight with this type of situation in their life.
Important things at Sabarmati Ashram Ahmedabad
Closed On – All day Open
Opening time – 08:30AM to 06:30PM
Entry Fees – No Entry Fees
Photography – No Photography allowed
Nearest railway station – Sabarmati railway station (1.7 KM)
Nearest AMTS STOP – Gandhi Ashram AMTS stop (0.0 KM)
Nearest BRTS – RTO BRTS Bus stand (1.2 KM)
Nearest GSRTC bus stop – Ranip Bus Terminal (1.8 KM)
Nearest Airport – Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport (7.6 KM)