New Delhi India Museums
The National Museum has begun to digitize its collection of objects so that they can be made available to all online. More than a hundred objects have been photographed and their descriptions are now available online, giving online visitors to the collection of the National Museum in New Delhi a greater reach.
The selection there is quite generous in terms of the way the collection is displayed at the Delhi Museum, and some of the best pieces can be seen in a variety of styles and styles from different parts of India. The highlight of this museum is the workshop inside the museum, which was created in cooperation with the National Museum in New Delhi and the Indian Institute of Technology in Delhi. The museum houses a collection of crafts collected over the past 60 years from the various Indian states, such as ceramics, glass, woodwork, textiles, jewelry, furniture and much more.
The National Museum is located next to the Archaeological Survey of India, which is known for excavating thousands of years old objects.
The museum has a collection associated with Mahatma Gandhi, the founder of India and his family, as well as other historical figures. During the partition, this collection was housed in the Central Museum in Lahore, the capital of Punjab.
The second oldest museum in India is located in Egmore, a city in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, and covers an area of 16.25 hectares and is also known as the National Railway Museum. In 1983, various sections were established in the museum to preserve the history of the Indian railway system, its history and heritage. Behind the dotted exhibition is a collection of over 1,000 railway equipment, artifacts and artefacts that have been preserved and exhibited since the early 20th century, with the exception of some pieces from the 1930s and 1940s.
The museum also houses a collection of over 1,000 works of art from various art forms such as sculpture, ceramics, painting, sculpture and sculpture. It is one of the best places to admire and appreciate this art form and also has the largest collection in the country with over 2,500 pieces from around the world.
After this important collection was returned to India, it was decided to present it so that it could be enjoyed and appreciated by the people of India. The woodcarving gallery in the museum not only shows the art form of woodcarving, but also the history of practice in India. This gallery offers a unique opportunity to illustrate India's woodcarving tradition, which dates mainly from the 17th to 19th centuries.
In June 1960, a new building was handed over to the museum management, in which works of art were elegantly exhibited according to scientific guidelines. The exhibition proved to be a great success and was shown for the first time in the new museum on 1 July 1961. After the building was completed, it was inaugurated on 1 June 1962 with the opening of the first exhibition of the museum.
The Gwyer Committee, founded by the Indian government in 1946, prepared the Blue from the Sky for the National Museum. She drew up a draft for the establishment of a "National Museum" in Delhi, with the aim of establishing a museum in New Delhi as the first national museum in the country in the future. The Gwyers Committee, which had founded the "Gwyer Committee" for a new museum in Delhi on 1 June 1946. This blueprint of the "National Museum" was prepared for him by a blueprint, and he prepared an original plan for its construction.
The Gwyer Committee, which was founded by the Indian government in 1946, prepared the Blue from the Sky for the National Museum to be founded in Delhi. The Patna Museum was built to house the artefacts found in Patna, and by 1949 over two hundred thousand artefacts had been found. It was the first museum of its kind in the world, with the aim of establishing a national museum in New Delhi in 1949.
The museum houses over 50,000 exquisite artifacts from the past that relate to India's history, as well as decorative works of art made of metal, wood, jade and ivory. The museum has a collection of more than 1500 paintings, sculptures, ceramics and other decorative arts from over 5000 years. It houses works by over 100 of the world's most famous artists, including Picasso, Matisse, Gauguin, Van Gogh, Giorgio Moroder, Michelangelo and many others. There is also an exhibition of art from India's past and present spanning some 5,000 years, as well as a large number of paintings and sculptures from other countries.
The early Indian sculpture section of the collection, which is generally well lit, is worshipped by some of India's most famous artists, including Giorgio Moroder, Picasso, Matisse, Gauguin, Van Gogh and Michelangelo.