Gandhi hall is one of the most historical buildings and greatest landmarks of the Indore. Built in the year 1904, Architectural Heritage Gandhi Hall has a unique Indo-Gothic architectural style which makes is different from other historical monuments in Indore. Here are 5 facts about Gandhi Hall you must know.
The architect of the Gandhi hall is Charles Frederick Stevens. The construction cost was approximately 2 lacs and earlier it was named King Edward Hall.
Built in the year 1904, the Gandhi Hall was inaugurated by Prince of Wales, George V in 1905.
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The King Edward Hall, was later on renamed as the Mahatma Gandhi Hall in the year 1948.
Also known as the Clock Tower, the King Edward Hall was renamed to Mahatma Gandhi Hall by H. H. Yeshwant Rao Holkar Hall after independence.
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The Gandhi Hall, commonly known as the Town Hall, is a major venue for art and cultural exhibitions, with a central hall which can accommodate up to 2,000 people and grounds are also available for bigger events. Jatra, Books exhibition, handicraft, Mango fair.
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Gandhi Hall is an Architectural marvel, its beauty still alluring the travellers.
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