the Yuge Yugeen bharat Museum: Largest Museum In the World

The soon-to-be-launched Yuge Yugeen Bharat National Museum is poised to become the world’s largest museum, featuring eight distinct sections that will showcase India’s rich history spanning more than 5,000 years. 

According to the news from PTI, a new museum is being built in the heart of India’s capital city, covering a large area of 1.17 lakh sqm. It will have 950 rooms spread over three floors, including a basement.

On May 18, which is International Museum Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi introduced a virtual tour of the upcoming museum. During the inauguration of the International Museum Expo at Pragati Maidan, PM Modi also announced the name of the museum, which is “Yuge Yugeen Bharat National Museum.” The museum will be divided into eight sections, each focusing on different periods of India’s history, spanning over 5,000 years.

Recently, PM Modi also inaugurated the International Exhibition-cum-Convention Centre (IECC) complex, which was developed at a cost of about ₹2,700 crore and covers an area of approximately 123 acres. The complex’s new name is “Bharat Mandapam.”

The virtual tour of the museum offers a digital experience, showing how the galleries and gardens will look once the museum is finished. Through exhibits, the galleries will educate visitors about various aspects of India’s ancient town planning systems, ancient texts like the Vedas and Upanishads, ancient medical knowledge, and the history of different dynasties like the Mauryan, Gupta, Vijayanagara, and Mughal Empires. The museum aims to be forward-looking and provide valuable insights into India’s rich cultural heritage.

In an intriguing twist, the enigmatic National Museum, concealed within Janpath’s shadows, has clandestine plans to relocate its ancient artifacts and prized collections to the secretive confines of the North and South Blocks. A mysterious senior official whispers about this mysterious project.

Hidden from the public eye, the South Block, a labyrinthine lair, houses the powerful External Affairs Ministry, the Defense Ministry, and the Prime Minister’s Office. Meanwhile, the elusive North Block shrouds the ministries of Finance and Home Affairs, veiling their true intentions.

Whispers of another hidden realm, the Kartavya Path, formerly known as Rajpath, begin to surface. It’s an arcane ceremonial avenue stretching from the ominous India Gate to the mystical Raisina Hill.

As if buried in ancient lore, Meenakashi Lekhi, the enigmatic Union Minister of State for Culture, cryptically proclaims that the existing National Museum building shall merge with the secrets of Kartavya Path, veiling its true purpose. Legend has it that India’s first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, initiated the National Museum’s enigmatic foundation on May 12, 1955.

In this shadowy metamorphosis, the National Museum seeks to safeguard and reveal its treasured heritage in an unfathomable, cryptic location.


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