Discern some of the rarest collection of artifacts from pre Historic times to Mughal era, from the Indus valley to the Contemporary. The Museum boasts artifacts which has stories to share with each artifact. Time would fly when you start looking at our chosen galleries and our chosen artifacts.
Visit the most prominent National Museum which has a remarkable collection of Indian art and sculpture. The National Museum was established in Delhi in the year 1946 by Maurice Gwyer Committee gives beautiful exhibition of Indian Art including paintings, sculptures and bronze figurines. The National Museum was inaugurated in the Rashtrapati Bhawan by R.C. Rajagopalachari, the Governor-General of India. On August 15, 1949, the National Museum, New Delhi, was inaugurated in the Rashtrapati Bhawan by Shri R.C. Rajagopalachari, the Governor-General of India. The foundation of the present building was laid by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India in the year 1955. The museum presently houses approximately 200,000 objects of a diverse nature, both of Indian as well as foreign origin, and its holdings cover a time span of more than five thousand years of Indian cultural heritage.
The Museum has galleries from all the eras to the present, all these galleries have rare artifacts and these have anecdotes that we will share with you. Museum houses artifacts and these artifacts create identity, an identity which shapes a nation together. While it is generally believed that museums are boring and have only history, our storytelling will make it interesting, engaging and interactive. Be it the kids or the adults, our stories will only add life to the artifacts and history. We have stories which no one would share. Not just stories, we also have indulging activities to shun away the mundane. Come with us and see the museum in a different light.