A timeless treasure of independent India’s progress
Prominent national leaders including the President, Vice President, Prime Minister, Home Minister, Finance Minister and other Union Cabinet Ministers, State Chief Ministers, members of the higher judiciary, diplomats and other dignitaries visited the museum. The ministry also listed the comments made by the dignitaries after their visit. Former President Ram Nath Kovind said that this impressively designed Prime Minister’s Museum is an artistic memorial to the unique contribution of former Prime Ministers and national leaders. At the same time, it is the eternal treasure of independent India’s progress.
A museum showcasing diversity in national leadership
Former Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu said the museum reflects and honors the diversity of the country’s national leadership. “It reflects and respects the diversity in our national leadership, and thus conveys the message of inclusion that is essential to a vibrant democracy like ours,” he said. The Ministry said, “The use of Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality has made the experience of its state-of-the-art technology based content exciting. The aim of this inclusive effort is to sensitize the younger generation to the leadership role of all our Prime Ministers.
Former President Kovind will speak on Atal Bihari Vajpayee
Educational institutions are making arrangements to bring their students to this museum, the ministry said. On 15 October 2022, 2044 students from 10 schools came here. An informative tour of the museum was conducted by the museum staff with special attention to the groups from schools. According to the statement, a series of quarterly lectures by eminent educationists and public leaders on the lives and achievements of the Prime Ministers is also planned. Some selected exhibitions will also be organized here on such occasions. The first speech of this series will be delivered by former President of India Ram Nath Kovind on Atal Bihari Vajpayee.