Mobile Bus Of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Artefacts Museum Reaches Pune

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Dhayari, 19th February 2023: On the initiative of Yashwantrao Chavan Center, the initiative ‘Museum Aplya Dari’ (museum at doorstep) was started through the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Artifacts Museum in Mumbai. This activity has been started with the concept of Supriya Sule, Member of Parliament of Baramati Lok Sabha Constituency, Working President of Chavan Center.

The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Museum, Mumbai, is considered one of the country’s premier museums on art, archaeology, and natural history. The museum houses more than 70,000 artefacts. It includes everything from historical artefacts to various modern artefacts. It is a global collection that includes both Indian and foreign artefacts. Last year on January 10, 2022, this museum completed 100 years. Earlier in 2015, a new initiative ‘Moving Museum’ was started by the museum. For this, two buses equipped with modern equipment have been arranged.

When MP Supriya Sule noticed this facility, she decided to implement this initiative for her constituency and yesterday for the first time these buses of the museum were brought to the Dhayari area. These buses were parked in the areas of DSK Vishwa, Marketing Office premises, and Majestic Venice Society in Dhayari. Out of this, MP Sule personally visited the place of Majestic Venice Society and inspected this activity. Khadakwasla (city) president of Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) Kaka Chavan, students and parents of the area, along with office bearers and activists of NCP, were present on this occasion.

Schoolchildren had a holiday yesterday on the occasion of Mahashivratri. Making positive use of it, children, along with their parents, also gave a great response to this activity. These buses are air-conditioned and equipped with showcases, interactive demo kits, audio-visual resources, and digital media tools to showcase artwork. These buses are also equipped with ramps necessary for disabled persons or persons using wheelchairs.

There were also selected replicas of the museum’s collection of artefacts, complete information about them, interactive, digital, and do-it-yourself activities, activity sheets, and information leaflets.

MP Sule thanked the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Artifacts Museum, Mumbai, and their team for the initiative, saying that efforts will be made to take this activity to various places in Pune through the Chavan Centre.


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