PM Museum: A Place to Learn about the Political Evolution of Independent India

Museums are a great source to learn, study, interpret, and witness the collection of historical and important values, objects, and records for the study and knowledge purpose in the public domain. This enhances the scientific temperament of the society and its visitors over time. In the same line, the latest inauguration of the PM Museum as the extension of the Teen Murti Complex, New Delhi brings reflection on evolving Indian political system and its shared heritage for the Indians as well as the people across the globe. It displays India’s distinct political culture and informs the youth and upcoming generations about the enriched democratic traditions that shaped India into what it is today.

While celebrating Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav, this museum makes Indian youth witness India’s strengthening democratic values at different phases of the Indian political arena. The place establishes the belief of one and all in the provisions of the Indian Constitution and its stated federal structure. It is well designed and planned to make everyone understand that in a diversified country like India, anyone even a poor farmer’s son can adorn one of the highest political and administrative authorities and serve the country with their love for the motherland and strong commitment.

The beautiful logo of the museum with a hand holding the dharma chakra is beautifully depicting the nation and its democracy in a symbiotic relationship. The building is also equipped with sustainable practices related to energy, water conservation, etc. It is a one-stop destination for visitors to witness the struggles of Indian freedom fighters, the journey of framing the Indian constitution, belongings, and the stories of each Prime Minister of India right from the first Prime Minister of India, Jawahar Lal Nehru.

This technology-enabled museum will also bring the joy of advanced display and the use of holograms to provide a larger-than-life experience to visitors with the use of virtual reality, interactive kiosks, screens, etc. The idea here is to bring the youth of the country close to its democratic beliefs and understand the dedication and struggles of every individual freedom fighter and Prime Minister in this nation-building process post-independence.