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This beautiful and peaceful stop by the sets of the Yamuna River shows tribute to the first Prime Minister of India
 
The Shanti Van landmark is an honor to Jawahar Lal Nehru who was India's first Prime Minister. It is where the nation's previous pioneer was incinerated. It is a quiet territory by the Yamuna River with a preserved park embellished with floras. 
 
The place is also called Forest of Peace in English. Go for a comfortable walk around the trees planted by VIPs on their political visits. Appreciate a serene outing in the quiet and beautiful environment. In spite of its focal area, the recreation center feels miles from the hyper environment of city life. Spend a grave snapshot of likeness around the remembrance to the previous leader. Take a halt at the Gandhi commemoration, a short distance walk in the south. Touch base in spring to get the beautiful blossoms in full sprout. Enjoy watching for squirrels and outlandish flying creatures, for example, parrots. 
 
The previous leader was naturally introduced to a rich civil family in 1889. While youthful, he was coached by the unbelievable extremist Mahatma Gandhi. Afterward, he was persuasive in increasing complete autonomy for the country from the British Rule. He passed on the age of 74 years old in 1964 and his remaining parts were incinerated at the Shanti Van. Incineration acnes like these are known as samādhi, implying that the spirit turns out to be free of the confinements of the body in an otherworldly state.  
 
The Shanti Van is found appropriate beside the Geeta Colony Bridge which is a focal point of the capital. The place is located south-east of Red Fort and only north of Raj Ghat, the last latent spot of Gandhi. The landmark is easy to get since it has its very own transport stop by the passageway. Chawri Bazar is the closest metro station in the west of the recreation center. Obviously, you can likewise go by ease rickshaws or cabs.
 
Shanti Van is open for public all day, from promptly toward the beginning of the day until the night. Access to the site is free. 
 
Opening Closing Time
 
5:30 am to 7 pm
 
Entrance Fee
 
Entry is free and open to all days 

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