Gandhiji had chosen Wardha as it happened to be roughly the geographic center of the Indian subcontinent. There he would retire to while the agitations that he inspired raged in towns and villages all over India. The viceroy Lord Linlithgow is said to have installed a telephonic hot-line for the exclusive use of the Mahatma. Bapu Kuty was the center of Sevagram Ashram where Gandhiji resided and from where he guided the movements that he inspired.
The residents of Sevagram are inspired to always be engaged, to be punctual and to set good example for visitors about activities that were dear to Gandhiji. Jinu had told Mumbiram that every day around 10 in the morning she spins on her Charkha at the Bapu Kuti. As soon as they were settled in their residence at Rustam Bhavan, Mumbiram and Party headed to Bapu Kuti.