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Sardar Patel Memorial museum is found Shahibaug area in Ahmedabad city of Gujarat environment also referred to as Moti Mahal Shah, the good revolutionist and politician Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel - Iron Man of India of memory dedicated. The pearl is a royal palace Sardar Open Garden, wherever peacocks roam free and monkeys live surrounded by trees. Sardar open air Theatre shows documentary films occasion garden. Palace is before a statue of Sardar Patel. Four pillars, wings and a central hallmark of a storied palace.


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By Mughal Emperor, Shah Jahan in the pearl royal palace was built between 1618 and 1622 in Ahmedabad when he subs, or the Governor of Gujarat, that was a part of the Mughal Empire. That the control of the palace when the British Raj in Ahmedabad as a camp was established within the mid-nineteenth century and was in use for government purposes. Rabindranath Tagore, the good Bengali poet, writer, and thinker stayed palace in 1878, once he was seventeen years old. after Indian independence, this palace was the Raj Bhavan - the official residence of the Governor of Gujarat from 1978 to 1960. He was appointed by Government of Gujarat idea in 1975, the centenary of the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel museum, to ascertain a memorial to honor him. The monument on March 7, 1980, was.

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The main and sub-hall room on the ground floor is devoted to the controversial Sardar Sarovar Project - a major dam and hydroelectric power plant in the Narmada River Valley Project launched in the name of Sardar Patel, Gujarat, Maharashtra, and Madhya Pradesh states covered. From the beginning, technical details, construction, and physical performance - the rooms, paintings, graphics, books, statistics and other information on this project contains. Sardar Sarovar attached through a hole in the room and Mohandas Gandhi's life work is on display. These images, pictures, quotes, busts and statues, books included. Gandhi and Patel with close personal friendship, partnership, and this monument are important and frequently the subject of a whole.


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