Pradhan Mantri Sangrahalaya

The Museum of Prime Ministers or the Pradhan Mantri Sangrahalaya is being built at Teen Murti Estate in Delhi. If all goes well it will be inaugurated on the 14th of April, which will be coinciding with the birth anniversary of Dr. B R Ambedkar.


  • In 2018 this project was approved and a deadline of finishing it by October 2020 was set.
  • This project has been getting delayed for the last two years not only due to the lockdowns due to the pandemic but also due to content curation as well as civil works issues.
  • The total cost of this project is Rs 270-crore.
  • In 2021 it was ready to be inaugurated but was delayed due to some last-minute changes to the displays.

What will be showcased in this museum?

This Museum will be covering the life of all of India’s 14 Prime Ministers who have taken up this role so far. Their contribution will also be showcased. The works and collection of Jawaharlal Nehru will however be staying in the Nehru Memorial Museum, which was also his residence at one point in time.


In this museum speeches, rare photographs, newspapers, video clips, interviews, and original writings will be displayed. There will also be displays of personal belongings like caps, pens, letters, etc as well as interactive digital displays in this museum. Virtual reality and digital displays will be focused upon. This museum has been designed to accommodate all future PMs as well. This museum will be having a ground floor, a first floor, and a basement will all of them being galleries.



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