The Azad Hind Gram Tourist Complex was built by the Delhi Tourism to honour the freedom fighter Subhash Chandra Bose. It was at this very spot that Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose had addressed the soldiers before he left the country. The monument is located on NH 10 at the Delhi-Haryana border which is 2 km from Delhi.
The structure is built in the North Indian architectural style boasting of traditional craftsmanship. The monument that was designed by some artists from Kolkata depicts various moods of Netaji through different murals. The museum also has some of the major landmarks of the freedom struggle depicted on canvas. The huge mosaic domes and the museum are the prime focus of the whole complex.
The museum (Dilli Chalo) has a number of newspaper cuttings and other visual references from the freedom struggle and also has the ranks of the Indian National Army portrayed as well. Other attractions and facilities of the complex include an amphitheatre, food kiosks, a public telephone booth, a souvenir and garden shop and an information centre.
It is open to the public on all days and remains closed on National holidays. The Complex is open from 10 am to 6 pm.