Reportaaz Celebrates The Platinum Jubilee Of Gandhiji's Sewagram Ashram Only On IBN-Lokmat

Pune, Maharashtra India (PressExposure) June 17, 2011 -- This week Reportaaz visits the ashram on the occasion of its 75 years of existence.

Indian history is full of remarkable moments, brave sacrifices and most importantly, strong-willed men and women whose contributions have been etched in time. Evidences of those times have been preserved in historical places and monuments that play a major role in binding the generations to the spectacular past. One such place replete with rich history is the Sewagram Ashram built by Gandhiji. This week Reportaaz visits the ashram on the occasion of its 75 years of existence. Tune into watch this episode of Reportaaz at 10 am and 8:30 pm on Sunday, 19th June only on IBN-Lokmat.

A small village located in the Wardha district, about 80 kms from Nagpur was chosen by Gandhiji to set up an ashram in the year 1936. He named it Sewagram which means 'a village for service'. The ashram was operated on the basis of Gandhiji's code of belief - to work towards the upliftment of the rural poor. It is the place where Gandhiji spent the last years of his life and where he practiced his vision for India - a nation of progressive but simple and self-sufficient villages where all citizens were equal. Gandhiji's noble thoughts are reflected in every corner of the ashram - it is built with local and renewable materials and simple enough for living. Sewagram ashram holds up Gandhiji's legacy as there are organizations and individuals who are committed to preserving it in and around Wardha.

Join Reportaaz as we take you back in time to a place that holds the essence of Gandhiji's dream and show you its relevance in the world today. To know more tune into Reportaaz at 10:00 am and 8:30 pm on Sunday 19th June 2011 only on IBN-Lokmat.

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