Sabarmati Ashram Sabarmati Ashram is one of the scared temples that connect with the historic freedom struggle of India. It is situated on the banks of Sabarmati River. It is a famous name for every dome of citizen in India known as the residence of Gandhiji. This Ashram had played a vital role in the worst timing of battle held between the Indians and British. From here, Gandhiji provoked the people of India to raise their voice against the loathsome rule of the British. He had rooted his first step against violence from this Ashram.
This Ashram also consist a museum displaying ancient antique items of erstwhile time that enhance you to gain in depth knowledge about Gandhiji’s life. It also presents several original letters written by Gandiji and many photos that highlight the bad time in India under British.
Sabarmati Ashram was previously known as 'Satyagraha Ashram’ located at the Kocharab Bungalow of Jivanlal Desai, a barrister in Ahmedabad. In a while, it was moved to the banks of Sabarmati River and then it came to be as 'Sabarmati Ashram'.
On the history records, Gandhi used to stay at the Ashram from 1915 to 1933 afterwards the Ashram was separated. The Ashram is a spectator to numerous significant historical events.