PM Narendra Modi will inaugurate the Prime Minister’s Museum in the national capital Delhi on Thursday (today). In this, the work of all the Prime Ministers of the country so far will be shown. Earlier it was known as Nehru Museum Building. According to officials, the Prime Minister’s Museum will showcase the life and contributions of the country’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru as well as the gifts he received from across the world.
Officials said a museum on 14 former prime ministers of India has been developed to raise awareness about the leaders. He also said that the museum will bring to the public’s attention the contributions of all prime ministers, irrespective of their ideology or tenure.
In which all the information related to Nehru will be there.
An official said the Prime Minister’s Museum is an unbroken mix of the old and the new and includes the building of the previous Nehru Museum. It has been named PM Museum Block-1. In this now all the information related to the life and contribution of Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru has been presented. Gifts he received from around the world are also on display in the renovated Block 1.
The museum displays the works of all former prime ministers
During the cabinet meeting, PM Modi said that the government has taken this decision to acknowledge the contribution of former prime ministers. We all want to recognize the contribution of the PM. The Prime Minister’s Museum displays the works of all former Prime Ministers. Their families were also contacted for valuable information about the former prime minister.
Important correspondence, some personal items, gifts and mementos, honours, medals, commemorative stamps, coins, etc. are also on display in the museum. The information was collected by organizations like Doordarshan, Department of Film, Parliament TV, Ministry of Defence, Media Houses (Indian and Foreign), Print Media, Foreign News Agencies, Ministry of External Affairs etc.
design symbol of emerging india
The PM Museum will tell the story of India’s freedom struggle to the drafting of the Constitution. It tells how our Prime Ministers saved the country from various challenges and ensured the overall progress of the country. The design of the museum building is inspired by the story of emerging India. It is the size of a leader’s hand. The design features durability and energy conservation.
no trees were cut
No tree has been cut or transplanted in PM Museum premises. The total area of the building is 10,491 square meters. The logo of the building is a symbol of nation and democracy, representing the hand of the people of India holding the wheel.
use of advanced technologies
The state-of-the-art technology based communication facilities at the Prime Minister’s Museum have been designed to present the youth in a simple and interesting manner. Holograms, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Multi-Touch, Multi-media, Interactive Kiosks, Computerized Kinetic Sculptures, Smartphone Applications, Interactive Screens etc. have been installed to make the display highly interactive.