At the northern closing stages of the Ashram Road, set alongside outstanding gardens, Gandhiji’s Sabarmati Ashram which demonstrates the Mahatma’s belongings and letters, besides this it has a prevailing gathering of photographs of his existence of belligerent for freedom. Gandhiji lived here in a modest dwelling starting from 1917 to 1930 and held convention with weavers and Harijans as he helped them to reinstate the blue-collar textile industry in Ahmedabad for the reason of finding security. The ashram was in the beginning established on 25th May 1925 at the Kocharab Bungalow of Jivanlal Desai. On the event of 7th June 1917 the ashram was reallocated to a section of untie land on River Sabarmati. Sabarmati Ashram was primitively a laboratory of humans where Gandhiji could investigate on his moral and spiritual proposition. It was a family unit not associated by blood or property but was a commitment to universal ideas. The chief purpose of this ashram goes as follows: truth that is love and non-violence, celibacy, education, control of the palate that means no meat or liquor, non-possession which means simple living, high thinking, no stealing, use of home-made articles, conquer of fear, and the eradication of untouchability. In keeping with the man's uncluttered lifestyle, the collection of his personal property is modest but poignant - wooden shoes, white seamless clothes and a pair of round spectacles. There is a sound and light show telling his life in English language that runs three days a week, with each show lasting for 65 minutes. Tickets are sold at the door. Many people come here simply to sit and meditate.
The actions held in the Sabarmati Ashram comprises of no stealing, Collecting, preserving, processing, and displaying archival materials like writings, photographs, paintings, voice-records, films, personal clothes etc, the ashram receives about seven lakh (700,000) company a year domiciles, photocopies of about thirty four thousand written of Gandhi and concerning eight thousand pictures of and one hundred sixty five pictures and of itinerary, the house where Gandhiji resided is the Hriday Kunj, here he stayed from 1918 to 1930. A charkha' worn by Gandhi to intertwine khadi and the writing table he wore for writing letters many other incalculable items are preserved here, position demonstration on aspects of Gandhi’s life, activities and literature, periodical of the "Mahadevbhani Dairy," which archives the complete olden times of the freedom struggle of India, helping the activities of the struggle and enterprise research and study. You can also have a look at the chief occasions that took place in the life of Gandhiji. This was only possible with the help of the youth and the community that only compromised of students that helped the research of the thoughts of Gandhiji.