Pradhanmantri Sangrahalaya PM Modi inaugurated
Pradhanmantri Sangrahalaya PM Modi inaugurated

A museum of life philosophy of the prime ministers to date was inaugurated by PM Narendra Modi at the Nehru Memorial Museum in Delhi. Upon the opening, he purchased the first ticket to this museum and entered. This museum was built in the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library Complex in Delhi.

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The Teen Murti Bhawan in Delhi, which had been known to many as the Nehru Memorial Museum, is now known as the Prime Minister’s Museum. Today, PM Modi will inaugurate the newly built museum. This museum showcases the life philosophy of all the Prime Ministers of the country, from the country’s first Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru to the current Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

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This museum cost about Rs 271 crore. The project was approved in 2018 and completed within four years. About ten thousand square meters of the Nehru Museum plot are devoted to the museum. The Prime Minister’s Museum also houses the Constitution of India. The museum will give a glimpse of India’s post-independence history through the lives and contributions of its Prime Ministers.

Information collected in this way

In preparing this center on prime ministers, data has been collected from institutions like Doordarshan, Film Division, Parliament TV, Ministry of Defence, Media Houses (both Indian and Foreign), Print Media, Foreign News Agencies, Toshakhana of Ministry of External Affairs, etc. In addition, their families were also contacted to gather valuable information about the former PM. Content is acquired under a perpetual license most of the time.

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The archive contents (collected works, literary contributions, important correspondence) as well as gifts, gifts and memorabilia (medals, awards, stamps, coins, etc. ), speeches by Prime Ministers, and real representation of the ideologies and traits that made them what they were are all presented in thematic format.

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