A new museum recognises the contributions of all the PMs of India

NEW DELHI :  Visitors will now be able to take pictures with their favourite prime ministers since independence and learn about the nation's fight through them thanks to the opening of the state-of-the-art Prime Ministers' Museum.

The museum, which was established as part of the "Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav" campaign honouring 75 years of independence, walks visitors through the entire journey of the freedom struggle through the speeches of the prime ministers who oversaw the nation during its trying moments in addition to their accomplishments. 

'Lal Qile Ki Prachir Se'  - a section dedicated to the speeches of the leaders  is making enable one to listen to the speeches. The project was the idea of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who wished to honour the heritage of the prime ministers since independence, which led to the formation of the executive council. It was planned in 2016.

For tourists, it is an educational experience regarding the development of the nation, and the multilingual audio guide enables them to comprehend each idea in their preferred language. The visitor will get a glimpse of India from the past to the present through the PM Museum's theme.
Anubhuti is a major attraction with visitor and they can click photographs with their favourite prime minister, or can go for a walk with one of them. In addition, there is a robotic display which will also give them a handwritten note from any Prime Minister.

With a brief summary of the Constitutional Amendments, the visitor can gain an insight of how the Indian legislative operates while also obtaining a taste of political democracy and a better grasp of how Indian democracy operates at the grassroots level.

The Nehru Gallery offers a glimpse of an independent India and discusses state reorganisations, the Kashmir War of 1947–1948, and what Nehru called the "temples" of contemporary India. The ante chamber features photos of Jawahar Lal Nehru's family members as well as a peek of the first general elections. as well as historical figures like Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan and Rabindranath Tagore.

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