Then we visited some museums and then at around 3 o’clock we went to visit the most exciting thing for everyone the cellular jail. Cellular Jail in Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India, stands as a dark reminiscence of the British rule in the Indian subcontinent. This most dreaded and gruelling colonial prison situated in the remote archipelago was used by the British particularly to exile Indian political prisoners. Isolated from the mainland, this jail, also referred as Kala Pani (where Kala means death or time and Pani means water in Sanskrit) witnessed the most atrocious punishments imposed on prisoners. India’s struggle for independence saw imminent freedom fighters like Batukeshwar Dutt and Veer Savarkar being incarcerated in this jail. The jail is now open to public viewing as a National Memorial, and its museum gives one a glimpse of years of India’s struggle for freedom. The sound and light show is one of the most engaging attractions that Port-Blair has to offer. Aimed at telling the story of the history at cellular jail, it is a perfect blend of both information and entertainment. For those interested in indulging in a brief presentation about India’s heroic freedom struggle the Sound and Light show is definitely worth a visit. Don’t miss this. It will surely give you goosebumps.
You must not miss the Light and Sound show here, you will get to know the story behind the Cellular Jail, why it's called Cellular Jail, how badly the prisoners were treated and how bravely they fought back. It was heartbreaking and absolutely amazing, you are sure to feel patriotic, even if it's just for a moment
કુખ્યાત સેલ્યુલર જેલમાં વિસ્મયકારી પ્રકાશ અને ધ્વનિ (લાઇટ એન્ડ સાઉન્ડ) શો અંદામાનમાં સૌથી લોકપ્રિય ચીજોમાંની એક છે.