Azad Bhavan - Introduction

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Events at : Azad Bhavan

The Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) was founded on 9th April 1950 by Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, the first Education Minister of independent India. ICCR was established to function as an organization that would foster and strengthen cultural relations and mutual understanding between India and other nations and peoples.
For further details, do visit the website mentioned below.
They have recently inaugurated Azad Bhavan Auditorium and Art Gallery where music, dance, exhibitions and other such cultural activities are being held.

Address : Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR), Azad Bhavan, Indraprastha (I.P.) Estate, New Delhi- 110002
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Map : Azad Bhavan at Google Maps
Nearest Metro Stations - ITO (Violet Line) Exit Gate - 6 & 'Indraprastha' & 'Pragati Maidan (Blue Line)'
ITO Metro Station - Only around 5 mins. of walking distance. Just exit from Gate. No. 6 then turn right after crossing the bus stop then walk straight and you will see the building at the left side. 
Pragati Maidan Metro Station - 10 min. of walking distance ( The station can be overcrowded during big fairs at Pragati Maidan. So, try using Indraprastha Metro Station to avoid the crowded Pragati Maidan Metro Station )
Indraprastha Metro Station - Around 15 min. walking distance from Indraprastha Metro Station. Just cross the overbridge after exiting from Gate No. 1 of metro station and go straight and you will see signboards along the way directing you towards Azad Bhavan building of ICCR.
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