Pradhan Mantri Sangrahalaya A Reflection Of All Govts: PM Modi

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the Pradhan Mantri Sangrahalaya is a reflection of the efforts of all the previous governments. He said, “Today, wherever we are, it is the result of the contribution of all the Prime Ministers since Independence. Every Prime Minister has contributed in their own way.”

“I acknowledge the contribution of all prime ministers since Independence. We need to remember the contribution of all the Prime Ministers to strengthen the constitution of our country,” he said.

According to officials, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also bought the first ticket to enter the Pradhan Mantri Sangrahalaya, after inaugurating the museum dedicated to the 14 former prime ministers of India. The museum will have a technologically-advanced display of the life and contributions of the country’s first prime minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, with a number of gifts received by him from all over the world put on display for the first time.

The museum has been developed to create awareness about these leaders. It recognises the contributions of all the prime ministers irrespective of their ideology or tenure in office, the officials added.

Information was gathered through organizations such as Doordarshan, the Film Division, Sansad TV, the Ministry of Defence, media houses (both domestic and international), print media, foreign news agencies, and the Ministry of External Affairs’ “Toshakhana,” among others. Former prime leaders’ families were also contacted for important information on them.

In most cases, the content was purchased under a perpetual license. Personal artifacts, presents and souvenirs (felicitations, honours, medals given, commemorative stamps, coins, etc.), speeches of the prime ministers, anecdotal portrayal of their ideology, and diverse parts of their lives have all been reflected in a themed fashion.

The Pradhanmantri Sangrahalaya has employed cutting-edge technology-based interfaces to present information in an easy and interesting manner, especially for youngsters. Holograms, virtual reality, augmented reality, multi-touch, multi-media, interactive kiosks, computerised kinetic sculptures, smartphone applications, interactive screens, experiential installations etc. have been leveraged to make the exhibition content highly interactive.

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