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There is always something for everyone at any museum. Whether you’re digging for jaw-dropping art, or just looking for a cosy nook for an Instagram photo-op; whether you’re a student, or teacher hoping to add the element of wonder to your classrooms – or maybe if you’re just looking to spend a weekend that’s ‘different’ with or without friends : museums are the place to be!

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#MuseumJigsaw: Kukkuta Jataka by Badri Narayan

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Badri Narayan is one of India's most famous modern-painters from the South and a self-taught artist. He wore many hats: painter,...

The Partition Crossword

The Partition Museum houses one of the largest collections of Partition memories. Each object in the museum's collection has a story implicitly...
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#MuseumJigsaw: The Last Supper by Jamini Roy

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The one lesson to learn from artist Jamini Roy is that it's never too late to walk a different road. Under the...
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#MuseumJigsaw: Yashoda & Krishna by Raja Ravi Varma

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Raja Ravi Varma lived in an era characterised by experiments in art. His portraits, historical and mythological paintings adorned the palaces of...
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#MuseumJigsaw: Sohni-Mahiwal by Sobha Singh

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"Play is the highest form of research" said Albert Einstein and we couldn't agree more. While there are numerous ways to engage...

Crossword: Can you name #5WomenArtists from India?

Time to test your culture quotient - how well do you know India? For every Sunday now, we bring you a new...
These objects from the Rashtrapati Bhavan Museum have something in common : memories of India's first Republic Day.

These objects at the Rashtrapati Bhavan Museum revive the memory of India's first Republic...

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India's journey from being a crown jewel colony to a resilient republic was by no means a smooth one. It is the...

550 years of Guru Nanak : collection of the Govt. Museum & Art Gallery,...

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Guru Nanak Jayanti commemorates the birth of the first Sikh Guru, Guru Nanak Dev. He was born in the year 1469 in...

The fascinating story behind this 18th century portrait of three princesses from Mysore

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This portrait, painted by the Irish-born painter Thomas Hickey, marks a crucial point in India's colonial history, and Mysore, in particular. In...
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Futuh Al-Haramayn : a pilgrim’s guide to Hajj | National Museum New Delhi

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Each year, millions of muslims from around the world, gather together to undertake the holy journey, "Hajj". Hajj is also the fifth...
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