In the residence of controversial former prime minister Indira Gandhi is this interesting museum devoted to her life and family, India’s Kennedys. It displays her personal effects, including the blood-stained sari she was wearing when she was assassinated in 1984. Many rooms are preserved as they were, providing a window into the family's life. An exhibit at the rear charts the life of Indira’s son, Rajiv, who met a similarly violent end and was assassinated in 1991.