Pradhanmantri Sangrahalaya, which will be inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday, will feature a technologically advanced demonstration of the life and benefits of the country’s first prime minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, with a number of donations from around the world. according to officials exposed for the first time.
The Museum of 14 Former Indian Prime Ministers was developed to create awareness of these leaders. It recognizes the contribution of all prime ministers, regardless of their ideology or remaining in office, officials said.
” Sangrahalaya is a seamless blend of old and new and includes the former Nehru Museum building, designated Block I, which now has a completely updated, technologically advanced exhibition on the life and benefits of Jawaharlal Nehru. A number of donations he received from around the world but have not yet been exhibited have been exhibited in the renovated Block I, ” the official said.
Beginning with the struggle for the country’s freedom and the creation of a constitution, the museum tells the story of how Indian prime ministers led the nation through various challenges and ensured its all-round progress. The main principle was to recognize the contributions of all prime ministers in a non-partisan way, officials said.
They added that the design of the museum building is inspired by the story of growing India, which was shaped and shaped by the hands of its leaders.
The proposal includes sustainable and energy saving practices. No tree has been felled or transplanted. The total area of the building is 10,491 m2. The logo of the building represents the hands of the people of India holding a “chakra”, symbolizing the nation and democracy.
The information was collected through institutions such as Doordarshan, Film Division, Sansad TV, Ministry of Defense, media houses (Indian and foreign), print media, foreign news agencies, ” Toshakhana ” of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MEA), etc. For valuable information the families of former prime ministers were also contacted about them.
In most cases, the content was acquired under a perpetual license. Appropriate use of archives (collected works and other literary works, important correspondence), personal belongings, gifts and souvenirs (felicity, decorations, medals, commemorative stamps, coins, etc.), speeches by prime ministers, unofficial representations of their ideologies and various aspects of their lives reflected in a thematic format.
Pradhanmantri Sangrahalaya has used state-of-the-art technology-based interfaces to present information in an easy and interesting way, especially for young people. Holograms, virtual reality, augmented reality, multi-touch, multimedia, interactive kiosks, computer kinetic sculptures, smartphone applications, interactive screens, experience installations, etc. were used to make the content of the exhibition highly interactive.
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