The Kranti Mandir is all set to dwell you into our courageous freedom fighters. On the 23rd of January,2019, the Prime Minister of India has inaugurated the “Kranti Mandir’ that consists of four museums tributing the freedom fighters of India. Located near Red Fort in New Delhi, one can feel the patriotic vibe around the place. Such initiative has been praised across the country and people are more excited to get a glimpse of these four museums. Let’s get into the details of these four museums:
As the name suggests, it celebrates the significant life of Subhash Chandra Bose who has played one of the important roles in combating British Raj. here in this museum, you will be directed from the childhood to the indian National Army trials of this great freedom fighter. The museum showcases several artefacts such as badges, medals, uniforms, caps, sword of Bose.
Another commemoration from the past is the “yaad-e-Jallian Museum that showcases the replica of the Jallianwala Massacres. Such is the way to pay homage to the victims of the incident in April 1919. This museum also displays the courageous sacrifices of soldiers of World War I.
Here, you will explore the first war fought by Indians during 1857 where they formed “Sepoy Mutiny” who are rebels against the British East India Company (The-then Ruler of India). The museum showcases some of the sequences from the event that shows the struggle of the fighters.
Such a proud to go through the Drishya Kala Museum that showcases the indian art and culture of three centuries with 45 art works. Here, you will see the art works of famous indian artists such as Rabindranath Tagore, Abanindranath Tagore, and many more.
The “Azadi Ke Deewane” museum is recently inaugurated by the Union Minister name Mahesh Sharma. This digitized museum is dedicated to unsung heroes during the freedom fight from 1857-1947. This is an initiative to encourage the young generation of India towards the sacrifices of these brave fighters.