SABARMATI ASHRAM IN AHEMDABAD, A Walk down HistorySabarmati Ashram in Ahemdabad is a great walk down History and it is totally Free of Cost. Gandhiji selected a place on the bank of the river Sabarmati very close to the Saint Dadheechi’s temple as well as from Jail and a crematorium. The greens with Squirrels are a beautiful sightLetters from Tagore to Gandhi back in the timeGandhiji had driven all the major activities of independence as well as upliftment of the society from this Ashram which was popularly known as Sabarmati Ashram. He stayed in the ashram for many years before he finally proceeded for a march to Dandi to break the salt law on 12 March 1930.The Charkas where u can see some people still spinning the wheel at times. The charkha..A spinning wheel is a device for spinning thread or yarn from fibres. It was fundamental to the cotton textile industry prior to the Industrial Revolution.Woven to Perfection.. Some places make a beautiful backdropWheel of LIFEa walk down History, it will take u 2 hours to complete this and the section where the letters are kept is a great read.