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Mahatma Gandhi Hall
 

Mahatma Gandhi Hall alias Town Hall, built in the year 1904, is one of the prettiest buildings in the city. The hall, originally known as King Edward Hall, was renamed as Mahatma Gandhi Hall in 1948. This Indo-Gothic architectural edifice, designed by Charles Frederick Stevens of Bombay, is made of white seoni and red Patan stone and has fabulous domes and minarets which are the landmark of the city. The major attractions of the hall is the amazing four faced clock tower, locally known as 'Ghanta Ghar' and the two-storey wings terminated by domed towers. The furnished rooms, rajput style terraced roof, frescoed ceilings, gilded ornamental moldings, minarets, cupolas and all gives this unique building a fascinating appearance. This spacious hall has the capacity to accommodate 2000 people at a time and is the venue of book / painting/ art and cultural exhibition, sales and fairs. Mahatma Gandhi Hall also houses a library, children’s park and a temple.


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›› Nehru Park
›› Bijasen Tekri
›› Chhatri Baug
›› Deoguradia
›› Gomatgiri
›› Annapurna Temple
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