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Memorials of Great Indian Leaders


Virtual Tour of Memorial Places of Famous Indian Leaders in Delhi.

The 360-degree virtual tour of Raj Ghat, Shanti Vanan, Shakti Sthal, and Veer Bhoomi at Delhi helps the visitors to explore these memorials from anywhere in the world.

Raj Ghat.

The memorial of the father of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi, Raj Ghat is one of the most famous tourist spots in Delhi. Situated near ITO, Rajghat today serves as the spot to pay homage to Mahatma Gandhi’s philosophy and preachings. The never-ending flame near Gandhi memorial is a symbol of his preachings which will never cease to exist. On 31st January 1948, Mahatma Gandhi’s last rites were performed here. Raj Ghat,  the memorial stone of Gandhi is square in shape made of black stone, his last word- ‘Hey Ram’ is inscribed on it.

Shanti Van.

The first Prime Minister of India, Late Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru helped to shape India on its right course. After independence, Nehru steered the future of the nation. A humble man who preferred peace over war, Shanti Vana is the picture-perfect memorial for him. Shanti Vanan translates to a quiet forest, which is the perfect depiction of the great man himself.

Shakti Sthal.

Shakti Sthal is the memorial of the former Prime Minister of India, Late Indira Gandhi. Indira Gandhi is remembered as one of the most loved politicians. Shakti Sthal translates to the land of power which resonates with the personality of the former Prime Minister. This memorial is situated between Rajghat and Shanti Van, commemorating the death of Indira Gandhi on 31st October 1984 and her last rites were performed over here on 3rd November 1984.

Veer Bhoomi.

Veer Bhoomi, the land of brave, the memorial of Late Rajiv Gandhi. 6th Prime Minister of India. Assassinated at Perumbatoor, 40-km away from Chennai at 10.00 pm on 21st May 1991. His last rites were performed on 24th May over here.

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