The Gandhi Centenary Park of Chatsworth, South Africa is an open public space in a busy area. It has been named after Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, who led the fight for the Indians residing in South Africa. This fight and the struggle for India’s Independence, as led by Gandhi are of special historical significance due to the use of non-violence in the protest. The watercourse flowing through the park and the pathways arriving at a gazebo provide a serene place in the midst of place suffering from the hustle and bustle of life. The Gandhi Centenary Park is a favorite resting place of not just the tourists, but the locals too.
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