Raj Ghat is the tomb of Mahatma Gandhi. It's simple, just like the leader of the independence movement of the Inda would have wanted. It's a marble platform located on the site of Gandhi's cremation, a day after his death on January 31, 1948. The platform is outside in a quiet garden with a constantly-burning flame lit in memory of the Mahatma. Near the river Yamuna in Delhi. On the stone's inscription are the last words of Gandhi. Today, most of the heads of governments from foreign countries, when they go to India, go to the tomb to bow to Gandhi. In respect, you must remove your shoes when you approach the marble platform.