Delhi is a home of many museums that tell the story of modern architects and freedom fighters, whose memorials are established in roomy orchards alongside the Yamuna River and Mahatma Gandhi Memorial is one of them, which is also called Rajghat. Travelers can pay honor to Mahatma Gandhi here; the memorial is surrounded by beautiful landscaped.
Raj Ghat - Reasons to Visit
Drive 4-km towards the north-east of Feroze Shah Kotla from Janpath to reach nearby Delhi Gate where Rajghat is situated. It is said that Mahatma Gandhi's last cremations were completed over here and the date was 31st January 1948.
Raj Ghat, a famous sight of Delhi Darshan
a black stone memorial of Gandhi is present in the square shape and his last word that was uttered by him- 'Hey Ram' is emblazoned on it. Normal people, politicians, celebrities, foreign delegates all visit Rajghat to pay their honor to this great man of India. Every week on Friday (the death day) a prayer is performed. Apart from Monday, a fixed characteristic of projecting Gandhi’s way of life in picture, statue, and photos is done at Rajghat.
Also, there is a Museum highlighting Mahatma's life and the beliefs of Sarvodaya Movement in movie displayed from 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM excluding Thursday and Sunday at 6:00 PM in Hindi and 7:00 PM in English. In winter, it is performed at 4 PM and 5 PM.
Travel Place – Delhi
Time to Visit – 5:00 AM to 7:30 PM
Address: Behind Red Fort, New Delhi