PM Modi inaugurates ‘Prime Minister’s Museum’, bought first ticket, know its special things

New Delhi | Prime Ministers Museum: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has dedicated a museum to the people of the country today, in which information about the life philosophy of all the Prime Ministers of the country so far. PM Modi inaugurated this museum prepared in Delhi’s Naharu Memorial Museum on Thursday.

PM Modi bought the first ticket to the museum
PM Modi not only inaugurated this museum prepared in Delhi’s Naharu Memorial Museum, but he also bought the first ticket of this museum and entered inside. The Constitution of India has also been decorated in this museum. The museum will tell the story of post-independence India through the lives and contributions of its prime ministers.

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The Prime Minister’s Museum will be known as
In this new museum, the life philosophy of all the Prime Ministers from the country’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru to the then Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been collected in detail. Now this museum will be known as Prime Minister’s Museum. Earlier this museum was known as Teen Murti Bhawan and Nehru Memorial Museum.

Use of new technology, cost about 271 crores
The Prime Minister’s Museum was approved in 2018 and has been completed within four years. This museum is built on a land of about 10 thousand square meters in the Nehru Museum. The design of the museum building is inspired by the story of emerging India. New technology has been used to give information in the museum. The cost of this museum has come to about Rs 271 crore.

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All this will be special in the museum – Prime Ministers Museum
A Fiat car purchased in 1964 by former Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri will also be seen in the museum.

Many things like old photos, video clips, newspapers, interviews, speeches, original articles of former prime ministers in the museum will attract people.

Important correspondence, some personal items, gifts, honours, medals, commemorative stamps, coins etc. will also be seen in the museum.

The museum has 43 galleries, which depict the political story of post-independence India, the lives of all the Indian Prime Ministers and their contribution to the development of the country.

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