Azad Hind Gram: A Must to See in Delhi
The Azad Hind Gram is a space in the western part of Delhi that is noted for being very conducive to tourists. It is a spot that was made in honor of one of the country's most noted revolutionaries. It is also an area that is home to several different activities for the enjoyment of the people who visit the area.
The Azad Hind Gram is a large complex that is found at the Tikri Kalan, a village in the western section of Delhi. It is about two kilometers away from the boundary on Delhi Haryana around NH-10.
The area was built in 1998 as a marker of the last place where Subhas Chandra Bose was believed to have given a public speech at. Bose was a notable revolutionary who arranged plans to develop a military operation against British forces in World War II. This was done as a means of helping to get India to become free from British Rule.
The area is believed to be the last spot that was had spoken in public at. He had supposedly died in 1945 but it is not clear as to how he died. It has not been clear as to whether or not he died in a plane crash in Taiwan in that year. This is because his body was never truly found.