The Kirti Mandir is a museum in Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi's birthplace of Porbandar, Gujarat. The museum complex also includes the ancestral home of Gandhi, revered the world over as Mahatma. The museum commemorates the life and values of Gandhi through photographs, exhibits, and a library that contains books by Gandhi and about his values. Gandhi's ancestral home, which he himself transferred to the public for the construction of the museum, is right next to the museum. A photo exhibition traces the story of Gandhi's life along with his wife Kasturba.
A Gandhian charkha (spinning wheel) at the Kirti Mandir at Porbandar, Gujarat. The charkha was key to Gandhi's swadeshi vision that sought the promotion of indigenous goods and the rejection of foreign goods. The production and usage of khadi clothes woven by hand on a charkha were also promoted.
The Kirti Mandir is a museum at Gandhi's birthplace at Porbandar, Gujarat that depicts the life of Gandhi.
The ancestral house of Gandhi is adjacent to the museum and is part of the Kirti Mandir complex.
Gandhi himself had transferred the ancestral property to the locals who constructed the Kirti Mandir complex to commemorate his life and values.
After Gandhi was released from the Aga Khan Palace in 1944 by the British, the locals purchased his ancestral house from Gandhi to build a memorial at his birthplace. The transfer deed signed by Gandhi is displayed at the museum.
The Kirti Mandir displays photos and exhibits showcasing the life and teachings of Gandhi.
A photo exhibition at the Kirti Mandir traces the story of Gandhi's life along with his wife Kasturba.
The Kirti Mandir serves a museum to honour the Gandhi and his at his birthplace of Porbandar, Gujarat. He was born there on October 2, 1869.
The Kirti Mandir also houses a library with books written by Gandhi and written by others on Gandhian philosophies.
The Kirti Mandir has photos on display that depict the life and times of Gandhi over the years.