This classical red-coloured building is one of the most striking colonial structures in Indore. Made in Seoni stone, the hall is an excellent example of Indo-Gothic architecture. Its domes and steeples make it a worthy landmark of the city. The central hall can accommodate approximately 2,000 people at a time. The hall also hosts book and painting exhibitions throughout the year. There is a popular clock tower in front of the Town Hall, referred to as Ghanta Ghar. It also houses a library, a children's park and a temple in the premises.

Built in 1904, the Town Hall was originally named as King Edward Hall and was inaugurated by Prince of Wales, George V in 1905. It was renamed Mahatma Gandhi Hall in 1948.

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