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Swaraj Bhawan

 

Swaraj Bhawan, is the original Anand Bhawan which Pandit Motilal Nehru gifted to the Indian National Congress in 1930 when he built his new house next door, i.e the Anand Bhawan Museum. Both houses are now museums that display the Indian nationalist movement as well as the carefully crafted adaptation of British colonial lifestyle that characterised Nehru family life. Swaraj Bhawan originally belonged to Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, the 19th century Muslim leader and educationist. In 1900, Motilal Nehru bought this house and turned it into a veritable palace. Late Prime Minister of India, Mrs. Indira Gandhi was born at Swaraj Bhawan.


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