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It was started in February 1921 by Mahatma Gandhi in a rented accommodation. Later Shri Lakhajiraj, ruler of Rajkot, gave a land at nominal cost to Mahatma Gandhi for the Rashtriya Shala.. Rashtriya Shala has been closely associated with Gandhi’s non-cooperation movement. During the historical...More
Make it a must visit as its gives you the history of GANDHIJI'S growing up and is depicted by pictures and scriptures
No visit to Rajkot would be complete without this historical location.
It's a little inside the old town S you need to ask...More
Its place where gandhiji start education with different concepts. You can say he gave message "Made in india" by started this type of educational institute(by boycotting government machinery, school etc. ). Very good and huge place.
A reminder of the non-cooperation movement and the frugal belief of Mahatma Gandhi, the Rashtriya Shala helps us understand the strong belief that the leader had in the movement, as well as his deep trust in the indigenous education system.
The complex is a modest...More
I'm a Japanese living and travelling a lot in India.
Visited Rajkot to see signs of Mahatma studied here, and also this one of 100 Smart City development site.
Here, I've learned the industry of textile and traditional ways of spinning.
I felt like having...More
Rastriya Shala is located near Yagnik Road, which is the heart of the Rajkot city. This is the place Mahatma Gandhiji use to do sabha with villagers. Now a days, this place is used by the local public for get together or some religious occasions...More
It is located near yagnik road rajkot.
It is having central hall where prayyers and meeting can be arranged .
Pustak paran is arranged at RAstriya shala on every first sunday of month in morning 9-00 to 11-00
Worth visiting the place for the historical point of view. some 3 decades back, they had bullock cart as school bus. They have still maintained the legacy of pre-independence era.
Mahatma Gandhi stayed there for one of his indefinite hunger strike.