Magan Sangrahalaya Samiti, Wardha

A Development Organisation

The Organisation

To showcase the evolving techniques in rural industrialization, developed at AIVIA, Mahatma Gandhi wanted a dynamic museum that would dissemimate information on new modes of production to the common man and help the poor of the land. Therefore, Gandhiji collected donations from the public and founded the Magan Sangrahalaya.

Magan Rasoi

Magan Rasoi was set up to meet the basic need for refreshments to visitors and guests visiting the Magan Sangrahalaya museum which is the norm the world over, but with the rising public demand now it has grown into a popular Organic food joint in Wardha.

Magan Khadi

Magan Khadi is a unique fabric made from pure, organic cotton from Wardha, Maharashtra. A place that holds historic relevance, Tying back to Gandhiji who spent many significant years of his life here. It is important that you know that you are buying real khadi, certified by the Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC).

Magan Sangrahalaya Samiti

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Gandhiji settled down in Maganwadi, at the Magan Sangrahalaya premises, Wardha, after his departure from Sabarmati Ashram in Ahmedabad. He named this Ashram after Maganlal Gandhi, his close associate and a rural scientist who had been his right hand in all the earlier three Ashrams but who suddenly died while working, at his behest, in Bihar in 1928.

Magan Sangrahalaya Samiti at a glance

Magan Sangrahalaya Samiti Documentary

Magan Sangrahalaya Khadi

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