#AzadHind : Walk

INR 599/- Onwards

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#AzadHind : Walk

INR 599/- Onwards

Though the colonial city of Bombay was a symbol of British-Indian partnership with both sides contributing equally to the city’s development, its connections with the freedom struggle began in 1857 itself during the First War of Independence. Soon after that, Dadabhai Naoroji formalised the latent discontent into an organisation, and later, Lokmanya Tilak took it forward by taking it public. WIth Mahatma Gandhi and his arch-nemesis Mohamad Ali Jinnah taking over the mantle after Tilak’s death, the city became a hotbed of political activity related to the freedom movement. And at its epicentre was a little precinct stretching from Malabar Hill to Girgaon which witnessed many an important event in the freedom struggle. On our brand new #AzadHind heritage walk, we explore this precinct and tell stories of its connections with the Indian independence movement.

1.5 Hours
1 Kms


  • Mumbai’s first freedom fighters

  • Birthplace of the Indian National Congress
  • Revolution in August
  • Underground radio stations
  • Mahatma Gandhi’s two houses
  • Gandhiji-nnah
  • Mumbai’s Dandi march
  • A minor satyagraha
  • A major satyagraha
  • The origins of the charkha
  • And of course, the museum dedicated to the Mahatma

Starting Point

Tejpal Auditorium, Grant Road

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