It has been over a month that Indian Museum is closed for the common visitors, but the museum authorities have conducted a series of online exhibitions and talk shows. The authorities said that one of the prime objective of a museum is to educate people and that should not be stopped at any cost. “If people cannot come o us, we will go to them with our exhibitions and discussions,” said the spokesperson. A special show was organised on the topic ‘Stories of World Culture’, and prominent people were asked to speak on different aspects of culture. “For instance, Dona Ganguly talked about dance and its hostory, while PC Sorcar (junior) gave us some brilliant insight on magic and its history. They are available in social media,” said the spokesperson.
Source: Times of India