Go to show your respect for India's 'Father of the Nation'. Opposite the Gandhi Memorial Museum is the place where Mahatma Gandhi was cremated. It is a national shrine and you can go to place flowerpetals on the stone, where an eternal fire is burning (my giant head is in front of the fire :( on the pic).
On the stone you can read his last words 'He Ram' (Oh God).
If you, like I, feel that Mahatma Gandhi is one of the greatest men there ever were, go to the Gandhi memorial Museum in Delhi! There is a lot to see, the most macabre being a room dedicated to his last day showing both the clothes he was wearing (still bloodstained) and one of the bullets that killed him. Also a lot of his belongings (which, in fact, were very few) and photos. Well worth a visit!!!
This is the ceremonial platform on which Ghandi was cremated. It has been transformed into a monument to him.
On the banks of the river Yamuna is the Raj Ghat where the father of the nation Mahatma Gandhi was cremated in 1948, soon after India attained it freedom.
The Raj Ghat is a memorial to Mahtama Gandhi, and is a site of frequent pilgrimage by many Indians and foreigners. A very peaceful and moving spot.
This is where Gandhi has been incinerated. Contemplation place to pay tribute to the Father of the Nation.
Rajghat, near the banks of the Yamuna River, a serene monument marks the site where Mahatma Gandhi “Father of Nation” was cremated after his assassination.
RAJGHAT. This place is ded¡icated to Gandhi, it is a memorial place. It was very nice to see all the flowers and plants there are in this beatiful place.