Safdarjung Road (Hindi: सफ़दरजंग मार्ग) is a main road in New Delhi, India, named after the 18th century Tomb of Safdarjung near it. At the north end, the road stretches from the junction of the Teen Murti Marg, Akbar Road, Rajaji Marg and Lok Kalyan Marg, which is a roundabout. At the south end it stretches up to the junction of Prithviraj Road, Tughlaq Road and Sri Aurobindo Marg. There is a single junction/crossing at the Kemal Atatürk Marg and Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Road section.
Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh stayed at 19 Safdarjung Road until he became PM in May 2004.
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Shubhankar Mondol | Mar 1, 2018
If You Want To Know About The Personal Life Of Indira Gandhi and her family.... This is the place you want to be. The place is super clean. The Security Is very active. And the statues and artifacts are well maintained.
KeviN JosE | Feb 19, 2018
So nice to be here... Understanding Indira Gandhi's life is so easy here. Three are lots of paper cuttings which we could understand what happened in which year and such things. There is also the place where she had her last few steps when shot. The had reserved that too. And also some part shares in memory of Rajiv Gandhi. It's so nice to be there
Abhinav Sharma | Apr 3, 2018
What a great museum! Got to know about my nation’s political history and closely understood the life of Indira Gandhi and her son Rajiv Gandhi. I strongly recommend everybody to see it at least once.
Manas Pain | Mar 21, 2018
One of the best memorial place you can find. We can learn a lot of things here. You will find each and every detail about Indra Gandhi here.
Rafi Ansari | Mar 13, 2018
If you're in Delhi, this is a MUST place to visit to know more about Indira Gandhi's life. Each and every thing in there is beautifully portrayed and preserved. The place where she was shot down by her two bodyguards has sad and intense vibe to it. Definitely a memorial to visit if you're in Delhi for tour.
Divya Shreshta | May 3, 2018
I appreciate the government of India for the work it has done to preserve & protect the memories and life history of the first woman Prime minister of India at her beloved home. Visit this place to know about her life. Her home has been beautifully redone into a museum; a museum which contains all her personal things and memorabilia. Everything at all. Worth a visit, I assure.
Abhishek Indwar | Apr 4, 2018
This was my second visit. This place truly gives you a feeling how much hardship PM Indira Gandhi did. There are two sections to it. One has Indira and other has remains of Rajeev Gandhi. Outside garden has been recently built afresh and shows the strength and courage that this lady who governed the nation in the best interest. A true statesman!
Manoj Roosevelt | Apr 18, 2018
The place was great 😄. It was a great experience. So much history in there. U can also take back souvenirs from there. Under 15 doesn't have to pay money for ticket. Photography is allowed.....
medha scott | Jun 1, 2018
Great insight into the life of Ms Indira Gandhi. Pictoral gallery depicting significant life changing, nation changing and destiny changing landmarks of her political career. No wonder she has been nicknamed the Iron Lady!! Also need to understand the positive and negative aspect of each person, after all that's being human.. virtue & vices have always been twins!!
Mohamed Eltigani | Jun 6, 2018
مكان جميل.. تم تنظيمه جيدا.. هنا يمكنك معرفة كل تفاصيل هذه الشخصية العظيمة وتأثيرها على الحياة الهندية.. الدخول مجانا. A beautiful place .. well organized .. Here you can know all the details of this great personality and its impact on Indian life .. Admission is free.
Shankaran A P | May 23, 2018
Photos of the important event of smt. Indira Gandhi is displayed. Very useful for those interested. The place where she shot dead also you can see!
Nikhil Jitendran | May 21, 2018
Absolutely stunning, extremely detailed and well preserved former residence and now museum of Indira Gandhi. Very informative for an Indian History buff. A must visit if you're in New Delhi.
Aman Routh | Jun 19, 2018
Very well preserved history of India, one can feel the essence of the Iron Lady Indira Gandhi in every corner, well maintained museum with proper signage. A must visit for every citizen of India and a perfect tourist place to personally feel and live the History of India. Just amazing, feel it from inside when you walk around the corridors and just think of the moment when you reach at the assasinatio place of the Iron Lady. Goosebumps...
Abhishek Das | Jul 6, 2018
This was actually that house where Mrs. Indira Gandhi moved after his father death. Later it was turned into museum. One can find articles used by Mrs. Gandhi, awards received by her, and other details about her life. Other than that one can also find the details about Mr. Rajib Gandhi. It is also great place to visit.
Hahaha Ha | Jul 6, 2018
Be Courage. This is one of the best place in delhi. PATRIOTISM level that is inside you reach at its extreme level. Lots of things inspire you that always courage Nehru and Gandhi family. There you find lots of thing which show you Indra quality . The most terrific thing is the Rajiv Gandhi's cloths and shoes which remain little safe after bomb. The thing which attract you there are Hugh number of books from bed room to rest room only books you find. Indra Gandhi is not just iron women but she is that which melt the iron just by her qualities. There is a little shop where lots of thing you can buy which always remember you the life of Indra Gandhi. Be Courage.
Samridh Verma | Jul 27, 2018
It is a very popular and very good place for tourism and for those who want to know and who want to see the struggle done by Indra Gandhi for this country India and she also lost his both son one in the airplane crash and second in the bomb blast. I hope you guys come with your family or friends and will your children. So they can also know the story behind Indra Gandhi. The Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum was set up in the same bungalow that once served as the residence of Indira Gandhi, the former Prime Minister of India. The Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum was the residence of the former Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi. It was in this house that she was assassinated by her own Sikh bodyguards on 31st October 1984. The house was converted into a museum after her assassination. I hope you people like my review.
Rajeev Vishnoi | Jul 28, 2018
This house was the official residence of Indira Gandhi, the first female Prime Minister of India and one of the longest to serve in office, from 1966 to 1977 and again in 1980 through 1984. Inside, I checked out the exhibits, personal items, old news articles, and rooms of Indira’s house. After learning about her family and her early years, the galleries moved on to her career in public service. As the ruler of a young country in turbulent times, Mrs. Gandhi made a lot of tough and unpopular decisions.
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