From Bihar and Mumbai to Anandpur Sahib, museums are being reinvented with digital, interactive resources
At Anandpur Sahib, located in Punjab’s Rupnagar district, work is on at its newest architectural landmark. Delhi-based design consultant Amardeep Behl is confident that the second phase of the Virasat-e-Khalsa museum—a magnum opus on Sikh history from the days before Guru Nanak and up to Partition—will be completed before Diwali. The “living history" museum, as Behl describes it, has no artefacts. It is a technology-driven, handcrafted museum that will offer an immersive experience, complete with film projections, audio guides, motion-sensor technology and large-scale murals and statues made by contemporary artists.
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