Raj Ghat is a commemoration to Mahatma Gandhi. It is a basic dark marble stage that denote the spot of his cremation on 31st January 1948 after his death and his fiery debris were covered and consequently make it his last resting spot close to the holiness of the Yamuna River. It is left open to the sky while an endless fire blazes never-endingly toward one side.
It is encompassed by a wonderful park with label trees planted by notables like Queen Elizabeth II, USA President Eisenhower, Ho Chi Minh and different others. Two exhibition halls devoted to Gandhi ji are close-by.
Each Friday, the day when he passed on, a request to God is held at Raj Ghat. Every day, aside from Monday, Gandhi’s theory is anticipated here in picture, figure and photographs structure between 10 am till 5 pm. Separated from this peculiarity, there is a Gandhi Memorial Museum at Raj Ghat where his life and rationality of Sarvodaya Movement is anticipated in a film between 9:30 am till 5:30 pm with the exception of on Thursday and on Sunday it is offered in Hindi at 4 pm and at 5 pm in English.
Closest Metro Station: Pragati Maidan
Opening Time: 6:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Entry Charges: Free