Raj Ghat is Mahatma Gandhi's, the Father of the Nation's, monument. Gandhi's cremation site is marked with a black stone platform in an open air compound. A flame burns continuously at one end of the platform, and visitors must remove their shoes before entering Raj Ghat.
The cenotaph dedicated to his memory is a modest black marble building set in a lovely landscape. Locals, tourists, and other representatives visit the site to pay their respects to the Father of the Nation. Every Friday, the day he died at Rajghat, a prayer is conducted.
Jawaharlal Nehru, Sanjay Gandhi, Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi, Lal Bahadur Shastri, Choudhary Charan Singh, and many more have samadhis or memorials in Rajghat. Raj Ghat, which translates to King's Bank, refers to its location on the Yamuna River's bank.
Rajghat is both a monument to Mahatma Gandhi and a celebration of his great life. Gandhi's ideology is shown in paintings, sculptures, and photographs. At the Gandhi Memorial Museum at Rajghat, a video in English and Hindi depicts Gandhi's life and ideology of the Sarvodaya Movement.