‘Pradhanmantri Sangrahalaya’ recognizes Indian PMs' contribution

Pradhanmantri Sangrahalaya recognizes the contribution of all the Prime Ministers of India and shows how our democracy has provided an opportunity for leaders from every class and tier of society to contribute to nation-building.

Opened for the public on 14th April 2022, it is a new digital museum spread over two buildings. The First Building comprises the old Teen Murti building, the gallery of Jawaharlal Nehru, Constitution galleries, Toshakhana, and the private wing of Jawaharlal Nehru.

Read in Hindi: सभी भारतीय प्रधानमंत्रियों के योगदान को मान्यता देता है प्रधानमंत्री संग्रहालय

The second Building showcases the personal life along with the social, political, and economic reforms of the succeeding Prime Ministers from Lal Bahadur Shastri to Dr. Manmohan Singh.

Each gallery highlights the contributions made by all the personalities during their tenure as the Prime Minister of India. The Light and Sound Show at the Sangrahalaya showcases an epic saga of valiant women warriors who strived to uphold the nation’s pride through the program titled ‘Veeranganaon ki Mahagatha’. Another program titled ‘Navya ki Udaan’ gives visitors a glimpse of India’s technological advances in space exploration in the last 75 years.

Pradhanmantri Sangrahalaya is equipped with a visitor engagement zone named ‘Anubhuti’ where visitors can opt for ‘Selfie with Prime Minister’, ‘Walk with Prime Minister’, ‘Letter from Prime Minister’, and a virtual helicopter ride showcasing the architectural and technological marvels of the nation.

Visitors can choose the Prime Minister with whom they wish to engage in the engagement zone. The visitors can lodge their inspirational message on the Vision 2047 feedback wall as well as record their presence on a big wall in groups in the ‘Unity Chain’.

The Sangrahalaya also has golf carts and wheelchairs for smooth movement of people, guides, audio guides, a Cafeteria, and a Souvenir shop.