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Biplobi Bharat Gallery at Victoria Memorial Hall, Kolkata

24 Mar, 2022

India’s strive for independence was spread over a span of two centuries i.e., from the 18th Century till we gained independence in 1947. This struggle was fueled by the anger and determination of many revolutionaries against a foreign ruler. The first phase of this revo...

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Celebrating the Indian National Calendar

22 Mar, 2022

A calendar is a systematic and referential arrangement of days, months, and years. There are different types of calendars available worldwide, and the Indian version proves to be a prominent scientific expression of India’s identity. Parliament of India adopted the ...

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First in their field: women who led the way

06 Mar, 2022

Women empowerment is necessary for every progressing nation. On Women’s Day 2022, we remember the women who were the first in their fields, who began a revolution by breaking barriers and fighting stereotypes. Such Nari Shakti guided generations that followed and made f...

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Inspirational Indian women are shaping the future

06 Mar, 2022

Women across the globe have made their mark in every field that they have entered. From politicians to entrepreneurs, women have been trailblazers for society. Indian women, similarly, have planted their footprints in diverse fields locally as well as globally. They are...

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The International Mother Language Day: Exclusive Collection at the National Museum...

22 Feb, 2022

The theme of the 2022 International Mother Language Day is Using Technology for Multilingual Learning: Challenges and Opportunities. On this occasion, Audrey Azoulay (Director-General, UNESCO) said in a message, "Technology can provide new tools for protecting lingu...

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Magnificent museums of India

15 Feb, 2022

India's museum movement officially began with the commemoration of the ‘The Indian Museum’ in 1814. It was the first-ever encyclopedic museum of India, gradually followed by several other significant museums across the nation to preserve our invaluable heritage.   Muse...

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Invaluable artifacts found in the museums of India

14 Feb, 2022

Museums are critical to preserving the history and heritage of any given country. The safe keep the antiquity of civilizations through centuries, narrating their cultural and artistic accounts to future generations. Museums have existed in India since ancient times; ho...

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‘Tanjore Quartet’ and the birth of modern-day Bharatanatyam

10 Feb, 2022

Classical dance enthusiasts the world over know the Tanjore (Thanjavur) brothers, also known as the “Tanjore Quartet”. These brothers—Ponnayya, Chinnayya, Shivanandam, and Vadivelu—formalized Bharatanatyam into a meticulous art form in the 19th century. Bharatanatyam or...

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India’s Sur Kokila – Celebrating the magnificence of Lata Mangeshkar

08 Feb, 2022

If there is someone who can encapsulate the brilliance of Indian cinema and its music, it is Lata Mangeshkar. She was, is and shall remain unmatched. Her voice was the voice of our actresses for over half a century. Perhaps one of the only figures of Indian cinema kn...

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Lata Mangeshkar...one last time. Long Live Lataji.

06 Feb, 2022

Last message of Lata Mangeshkar at meeting of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav  December 18th was a particularly busy and stressful day for the team at the Amrit Mahotsav secretariat. A never-ending list had to be checked and cross checked for last minute confirmation of VIPs f...

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By : Lata Mangeshkar...one last time. Long Live Lataji.

BrahMos: The Next Game-Changer in Future Warfare

25 Jan, 2022

The sturdy vision of engraving India’s name in the global industry of cruise missile systems originated from the launch of the Integrated Guided Missile Development Programme (IGMDP). The priceless contributions of some of the most distinguished minds of Defence Res...

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The National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA) Mumbai Foundation Day and Shakti (The Si...

23 Dec, 2021

In the year 1949, the idea to develop a national art gallery was proposed for the very first time. On 29 Mar 1954, Dr S Radhakrishanan (Hon'ble Vice-President of India) inaugurated National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA) at the Jaipur House, New Delhi. NGM...

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The National Museum Foundation Day and The Central Asian Antiquities Museum

18 Dec, 2021

A tribute to Late Dr. Binoy Kumar Sahay In May 1946, the Maurice Gwyer Committee prepared the blueprint for establishing the National Museum in Delhi. In the year 1949, The National Museum was inaugurated in the Rashtrapati Bhawan, New Delhi, by C. Raja...

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