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Gandhi Bhawan


The Institute of Gandhian Thought & Peace Studies, Gandhi Bhawan has a magnificent history for his guests and visitors from its establishment. World fame social worker and Nobel Peace Prize winner (1979) Mother Teresa visited the Gandhi Bhawan on October 2, 1976; Former Prime Minister Morarji Desai visited it on October 2, 1983; Some other distinguished eminent scholars, dignitaries, social activists visited Gandhi Bhawan, namely: Siddh Raj Daddha (02/10/77); Ram Sahay (30/01/78); C R Irani; Jainendra Kumar (02/10/78); Mahadevi Verma (30/01/79); Swami Rangnathan (16/02/79); S N Subbarao (22/2/79); Sushila Nayyar (26/2/79); V R Krishna Iyer (2/07/80); L K Jha (2/10/81); R L Parikh (8/01/82); K R Choudhary (29/03/82); V K Bhatnagar (2/10/82); U N Singh (2/10/82); Justice Prem Shanker Gupta (30/01/81); Prabhakar Menon (30/01/84); U S Joshi (2/10/84); Moral Quest (30/01/85); A B Lal (30/01/85); Ram Kumar Verma (30/01/85); P R Brahmananda (2/10/85); R R Diwakar (2/10/85); B R Nanda (2/10/86); Unto Tahtinen (2/10/86); Yashpal Jain (30/01/89); Rajen Harshe (10/08/2009); Ramji Singh (21/11/2009); Ramashray Roy; Sashi Sekhar (30/01/2011); Amb. Pascal Nazareth (16/10/2011).


  • Gandhi Bhawan Mandapam, for Meditation, Yoga and Bhajan. A place full of calm and serenity.
  • Gandhi Bhawan library- a very good collection of literature on Gandhian Thought and other related subjects.
  • Gandhi Bhawan Conference Hall, a well-equipped with audio-video system, with a capacity of more than sixty persons for deliberation and discussion.
  • Gandhi Bhawan Lawn with blossoming lotus.



Prof. Santosh Bhadauria

(Department of Hindi)
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