Pradhanmantri Sangrahalaya witnesses more than 50 thousand visitors in two months

The visitors come from diverse sections of the society and from all age groups.

New Delhi:  More than 50 thousand visitors visited the  Pradhanmantri Sangrahalaya  in two months since inauguration from across India and the world. The  Pradhanmantri Sangrahalaya  was opened to the public here  on  April 21,2022 .

Within two months of opening, the Sangrahalaya has been visited by important dignitaries including  President Ram Nath Kovind and  Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu.

The visitors come from diverse sections of the society and from all age groups. Family groups, tourist groups, young adults, people with special needs, and school/college groups frequent the Sangrahalaya.

Interactive features of the museum like picture/walk with one’s favourite Prime Minister and the helicopter ride have witnessed tremendous interest and been overbooked almost every day.

The Sangrahalaya is a tribute to every Prime Ministers of India, and a narrative record of how each one has contributed to the development of our nation over the last 75 years.

The Sangrahalaya tells the story of India after Independence in a comprehensive, objective, and interesting manner with technology-based interfaces like holograms, virtual reality, augmented reality, interactive kiosks, computerised kinetic sculptures, smart phone applications, interactive screens, experiential installations etc.

The objectivity with which the lives and tenures of Prime Ministers have been exhibited is recognized by all. The seamless integration of technology with content has made the Sangrahalaya both educative and inspirational for people, especially for the young, who take great interest in technological interfaces installed here.

The personal belongings of Prime Ministers kept in the Sangrahalaya also greatly attract the visitors. The Sangrahalaya fulfils a need felt by people for long of knowing the history of contemporary India, and of the political leadership of the country.


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