Tales and Artifacts: A walk through the National Museum
The National Museum of Delhi has been one of the most celebrated museums in the country and has an interesting history itself. Housing many of the popular and most talked about artifacts from Indian history, it’s interesting to discuss what went into the making of National Museum while talking about the artifacts it showcases. In this walk through the main galleries of the museum, join us in identifying these widely discussed artifacts, talking about iconography and exploring the relationship between these important objects and the history of the nation.
Meeting Point: In front of the Main Building steps, National Museum, Janpath
Meeting Time: 10:45 AM
Duration: 11 AM to 1 PM
About walk leader: Priya Chauhan- an avid reader with an interest in history, art and music is currently pursuing her Master's in History of Art at the National Museum Institute of History of Art, Conservation and Museology. She did her summer internship with Sahapedia, working on Calligraphy and Puppetry modules among other things and is a keen learner who likes to explore and know about things that peak her interest.
Walk led by: Priya Chauhan
Contact us: +918750125225
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Entry fee: Rs 20 (Indians) and Rs 650 (Foreigners)
Museum walk link: https://www.sahapedia.org/walk-through-the-national-museum-0