Mahatma Gandhi is often remembered as a beacon of non-violence. Gandhi Smriti, previously known as Birla House, is a museum dedicated to the man who many consider "The Father of Independence." The home is where Gandhi lived during the last several months of his life and was assassinated in January 1948. View the modest rooms where Gandhi spent his days and stroll the prayer grounds where he held a nightly congregation. Gandhi Smriti offers profound insight to the last 144 days of Gandhi's life during one of the greatest periods in Indian history.