The small village of Sewagram came into being in 1934 when Mahatma Gandhi decided to start the Village Industries Association. Sewagram became a hub of political and social activity after Gandhiji and his wife Kasturba started living here. The prominent tourist attractions thus are the Bapu and Baa’s cottage, Adi Niwas and prayer ground, Bapu’s kitchen, secretariat and his last abode. Memorabilia like telephone, wooden scissors, sleeping cot, flour grinding machine, etc are displayed. Gandhi Exhibition Centre displays Gandhiji’s life and work through photographs. Sewagram is located at a distance of about 200 kilometers from Akola and is easily accessible by road and rail routes.

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