Eternal Gandhi Museum Houston officially opened its doors on August 15th, India’s Independence Day. A special thanks to the Dunne family for being the first visitors through the doors. We hope you enjoyed your visit and will return to the museum soon with family and friends!
EGMH is Open to The Public
India Independence Day Celebration
A special thanks to (pictured left to right) Krishna Merchant, Pankaj Desai, Khushi Kawedia and Ayushi Kawedia for volunteering at the booth.
EGMH meets Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
Eternal Gandhi Museum Houston received an honored invitation to meet Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, humanitarian, spiritual leader and an ambassador of peace and human values. Through his life and work, Gurudev has inspired millions around the world with a vision of a stress-free, violence-free world.
Pictured left to right: Ajit Paralkar, Rita Kothari, Atul Kothari, Sri Sri Ravi, GV Krishnan, Dr. Bhuvaneshwari Krishnan, Prabha Bala, Sesh Bala and Allen Lea.
Every month we will spotlight one of our amazing EGMH volunteers in the newsletter. This month, we would like to introduce Rani Chilukuri!
Where are you from?
Houston, but originally the Southern part of India. We moved here from Hyderabad in 1976.
Why did you join EGMH?
I like volunteering at this museum as I have been waiting so long for the project to be completed.
What do you like most about volunteering?
I like to meet new people and answer all their questions.
What is the last book that you read?
Becoming Michelle Obama
What is your favorite hobby?
What is the next place on your travel bucket list?
Greece and Barcelona
If you had to eat only one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be?
Salad and fruit.
What is one item that you could not live without?
A huge thank you to Rani! We appreciate your continued support and the positive energy you bring to EGMH.
Visit the Museum Giftshop!
Stop by the museum today and visit the gift shop. From jewelry and books to souvenirs and home decoration, the EGMH gift shop has something for everyone!
Cannot make it in-person? Check out www.egmh.org to browse all the special and unique items in the gift shop.
EGMH Partnering with 2023 Jaipur Literature Festival.
Please find the schedule below or click here for more information. Registration is required. On September 15th:
– Afternoon Session followed by an Opening Reception at University of Houston: 3 PM onwards On September 16th:
– Full day of Sessions at Asia Society, Texas: 10 AM – 5:45 PM, followed by a Reception. On September 17th:
– Morning Session at Rothko Chapel: 9 AM onwards
– Reception followed by a Film Screening and a Session at Eternal Gandhi Museum Houston: 5 PM onwards