Aga Khan Palace
Built in 1892 by Sultan Aga Khan III, this graceful building was intended to be a source of employment for the famine-struck villagers in the surrounding areas. During the fight for independence from the British, many freedom fighters were imprisoned here. Gandhi, too, was imprisoned here during the Quit India movement. Today, a collection of pictures and photographs of the important incidents in Mahatma Gandhi’s life are housed in a museum inside the palace complex.