Republic Day celebrations in India came to an end last week. Over this time several Indian men, women and children have received special recognition for courage, determination and bravery. The Head of the State of Thailand was the Guest of Honor in the grand Republic Day Parade in New Delhi. Celebrations organized across the country were a huge success as well.
January 30th 1948 was the day Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated. This week I compiled a list of Gandhi Memorial Museums found across India to help tourists. These museums are found in almost every State and I have included websites and contact numbers wherever possible to help plan your itinerary. Here is the link for this week’s update from your Indian Culture Site.Gandhi Memorial Museums in India
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