A vision dating from 2016 is transformed into a repository of knowledge

New Delhi, August 30 (SocialNews.XYZ) The concept of the Prime Ministers’ Museum, at the Teen Murti Complex, was to showcase their contributions to the development of the nation over the past 75 years, the history of collective effort, as well as powerful evidence of the creative success of democracy. Indian. as they came from all classes of society.

Each Prime Minister has left an important imprint on the path of development, social harmony and economic empowerment that has enabled India to give true meaning to freedom.

“We inherited an impoverished land from the debris of British colonialism, and together gave it new life, taking our country from starving deprivation to food surplus status, and creating infrastructure in an arid land for the benefit of the people”, explains the museum. website.

The Teen Murti, which hosted India’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru for 16 years, was the museum’s natural environment as it seamlessly integrates the revamped and refurbished building of the Nehru Museum, now fully updated with technologically advanced exhibits on its life and his contribution.

The new panorama includes a section that exhibits a large number of rare gifts that he has received from all over the world but have never been exhibited.

In the museum, the history of modern India begins with the struggle for freedom and the making of a great Constitution. It then tells the story of prime ministers who guided the nation through various challenges and ensured the overall progress of the country. In this story is a message for the younger generation: there are greater horizons to conquer as we transform India into the New India.

The Center raised the idea of ​​locating Pradhanmantri Sangrahalaya in the Teen Murti Estate located just opposite the Teen Murti Chowk in 2016.

The building complex, covering an area of ​​10,491 square meters, was designed as a premier institution focused on collecting, documenting, researching and disseminating information about the lives and contributions of all Prime Ministers .

With the Sangrahalaya logo depicting the hands of the Indian people holding the Dharma Chakra symbolizing nationhood and democracy, the design of the museum building was inspired by India’s rising history and incorporates sustainable practices and water conservation. ‘energy. Work on the project began in October 2018 with the highest priority given to environmental considerations.

Information for the Prime Ministers Museum was collected by Prasar Bharti, Doordarshan, Film Division, Sansad TV, Ministry of Defence, Media Houses (Indian and Foreign), Foreign News Agencies, ‘Toshakhana ‘ from the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA, families of Prime Ministers etc.

Appropriate use of archives (private paper collections, collected works and other literary works, important correspondence), certain personal effects, gifts and souvenirs (congratulations, honors, medals, commemorative stamps, coins, etc.). Prime Ministers’ speeches were used to describe different aspects of their lives in a thematic format.

State-of-the-art technology-based interfaces were used to encompass content heterogeneity and frequent display rotation. Holograms, virtual reality, augmented reality, multi-touch, multimedia, interactive kiosks, computerized kinetic sculptures, smartphone applications, interactive screens, experiential installations, etc. allowed the content of the exhibition to become highly interactive.

Source: IANS

A vision dating from 2016 is transformed into a repository of knowledge

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