Sevagram Travel Guide

Dubbed, 'Village of Service,' Sevagram, served as an important place during the Indian Independence Movement. This quiet and charming little village in the state of Maharashtra is popular as Gandhi's ashram. Historically important, Sevagram also houses a small museum which stores some of Mahatma Gandhi’s personal belongings and photo galleries that narrate several stories of him.

An Insight into Sevagram Tourism

Initially known as Sevagaon at the suburbia of Wardha in the state of Mahrashtra, the hamlet of Sevagram was renamed by the great Mahatma Gandhi who built his home in the village back in the year 1936. His visit to Jamnalal Bajaj’s residence at Wardha in the year 1934 triggered his wish for such an establishment in the village. The quaint village has come all the way since then bagging all the glory, love and respect solely for being home to the father of our nation and gets enlisted as one of the major travel destinations in Maharashtra. A dwelling place of the first college in rural medicine, Sevagram breathes and smells history with all the prominent activities of Gandhi taking place in the village once upon a time. Stationed some 8 kilometres away from Wardha, Sevagram is adorned with dainty huts roofed with mud-tiles, bamboo and mats besides the mesmerizing folk art of palm tree, oum and peacock wreathing the walls.The Gandhi Ashram, Yatri Nivas and the Gandhi- Exhibition on the Ashram’s western side are some of the important tourist attractions. The exhibition vaunts of the beautiful vintage pictures aptly elaborating and summing the life and the historical activities of Gandhi during the pre-historic age.Sevagram sits pretty with a plenitude of sightseeing places, all deserving an enlistment in the must-see when in the hamlet.

Rich in Vidarbha’s secret, the Bor Life Sanctuary in Wardha swarms with wildlife and birds that are preserved in abundance here.

Following to this, Vishwa Shanti Stupa epitomizes placidity and enables total absolution upon its visit besides offering you with the assorted Buddha effigies that demand all your devotion and the magical chants twice a day that fill the mind with absolute benediction. Best in sculpture Geetai Mandir swanks of being one of the most sacred places in Wardha. Magan Sangralaya Museum is loaded with the memories of Gandhi and is surely not to be missed out on. Finding its origin back to the 1900’s, the Laxmi Narayana Temple is one of the important tourism places that are not to be missed for the example of exquisiteness that it is.Tour My India vouches for your thrilling experience at Sevagram besides the detailed travel guide that if offers you with. At Tour My India we not only help you to get soaked in the warmth of history that reins the hamlet but transmutes your tourism in Sevagram into something memorable. Get in touch with us to get your hand on the most exclusive travel guide to one of the must-see destinations in the state of Maharashtra.

Where to Stay in Sevagram?

There are no hotels in Sevagram. One has to book a room at the nearby town of Wardha, which has a number accommodation options open. Wardha has well-maintained hotels that range from moderate to budget. Expect good quality accommodation with neat rooms and availability of all basic amenities.

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