Prime Ministers' Museum inauguration :

Prime Minister Museum inauguration : This Prime Minister’s Museum has 43 galleries in 15,600 square meters. Old photos, video clips, important correspondence, personal items, gifts etc. of former Prime Ministers will also be seen here. The Fiat car of former Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri will also be seen here, which he bought soon after taking office in 1964.

Prime Minister Museum inauguration : New Delhi, PM Narendra Modi will inaugurate PM Museum on Ambedkar Jayanti today. Dedicated to all the former Prime Ministers of the country, this museum is spread over 15,600 square meters.

It has been prepared at a cost of about Rs 217 crore. Here the rich history of India is depicted through the lives and works of 14 former Prime Ministers of the country. The memories associated with them have been presented interestingly through techniques like holograms, augmented reality, moving statues, interactive kiosks etc.

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It will be opened to the public on 21 April after the inauguration under the Amrit Mahotsav of Independence. Let us tell its special things-

The Nehru Memorial Museum and Library complex built in Teen Murti Bhawan in Delhi has been renovated as the Prime Minister’s Museum.

Spread over 15,600 square meters, the museum has 43 galleries, where the story of post-independence India is depicted through the lives and contributions of Prime Ministers.

Important correspondence, some personal items, gifts, memorabilia, honours, medals, commemorative stamps, coins etc. have also been displayed in the museum.

Things like old photos, video clips, newspapers, interviews, speeches, original articles of former prime ministers will also be seen in this museum.

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The Fiat car of former Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri will also be seen here, which he bought soon after taking office in 1964.

The new logo will appear in the new museum. It shows the hands of the people of India holding a wheel, which is a symbol of the nation and its vibrant democracy.

The design of the museum building is inspired by the story of emerging India, shaped and molded by the hands of its leaders.

The design of the museum has been prepared on the theme of emerging India. New technologies have been used to give information in the museum.

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