Azad Hind Gram is a tourist complex located at Tikri Kalan, which lies about 2 km from NH 10 at Rohtak Road on Delhi-Haryana border. The complex was built to honor Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. This is a Delhi Tourism project in collaboration with Delhi Transportation Development Corporation.
Architecture of Azad Hind Gram features typical North Indian style. There are murals designed by artists of Calcutta. They have depicted Netaji in various moods. The murals look as if they are alive! The elaborate mosaic domes, which surround the memorial and the museum, offer an attractive feature to the complex.
At the center of the complex is a big statue of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. The complex also features a big museum, an amphitheatre, souvenir and garden shop, a restaurant, food kiosks, a tourist information center, public toilets, public telephone, drinking water facility, and convention facilities.
Azad Hind Gram was constructed to mark the site where Netaji is believed to have delivered his last speech.
Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose was a revolutionary, who devised a plan to form a military operation against the British in World War II. This was a part of the freedom movement of India. It is believed that Netaji died in 1945 in a plane crash in Taiwan. Nobody found his body till today.
Best Time to Visit
Months from October to March are the best to visit Delhi.
How to Reach
Delhi is well connected through airways, roadways, and railways. To reach Azad Hind Gram, visitors can board a metro. The nearest metro station is Mundka Metro Station.
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