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Kochrab Ashram, Ahmedabad
India

Kochrab Ashram was the first ashram organized by Mohandas Gandhi, the leader of the Indian independence movement,that was gifted by his friend Barrister Jivanlal Desai as acknowledged in his autobiography. Founded in 25-May-1915, it was located near the city of Ahmedabad in the state of Gujarat. It Is the First Ashram which is developed by Gandhiji After Came From South Africa.The ashram was a major centre for students of Gandhian ideas to practise satyagraha, self-sufficiency, Swadeshi, work for the upliftment of the poor, women and untouchables, and public education and sanitation. The ashram was organized on a basis of human equality, self-help and simplicity.

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