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PM Modi inaugurates Pradhan Mantri Sangrahalaya

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Narendra Modi, the Indian Prime Minister, referred to India as the Mother of Democracy, citing its characteristic of continuously adapting to the passage of time. During the inauguration of the Pradhanmantri Sangrahalaya (museum) in New Delhi, Mr. Modi said India’s democratic system inspires it to accept innovation and novel ideas.

PM Modi inaugurates Pradhan Mantri SangrahalayaThe Indian Prime Minister stated that the country has a proud tradition of enhancing democracy. As he pointed out in his speech, it is a matter of honor and pride for the people that a few of our Prime Ministers are from very ordinary families. Despite coming from the rural countryside, from a very poor family, if one can become the Prime Minister of the country, it strengthens faith in the rich traditions of Indian democracy.

He noted that this museum is also a living reflection of the shared heritage of the country. As the country celebrates its 75th year of independence, PM Modi said the Sangrahalaya will be a place for knowledge, ideas, and experiences. The Indian leader emphasized India’s growing stature in a changing world order. According to him, the world is looking at India with hope and confidence, and India will have to increase its efforts to meet the challenge.

The Pradhanmantri Sangrahalaya is located in Delhi’s Teen Murti Estate and covers the lives and contributions of all 14 former Prime Ministers. As a tribute to all Indian Prime Ministers since Independence, the Sangrahalaya is guided by the vision of Mr. Modi to honor their contributions to nation-building. This is a joint initiative led by Mr. Modi aimed at educating the younger generation about the leadership, vision, and accomplishments of all our Prime Ministers.

With a seamless blend of the old and the new, the Sangrahalaya consists of the former Teen Murti Bhawan, known as Block I, and the newly constructed Block II. This covers an area of over 15,600 square metres. The architecture of the museum is inspired by the story of rising India, shaped and molded by its leaders. The Prime Minister also purchased the first entry ticket at Pradhanmantri Sangrahalaya on this occasion.

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