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Nehru Memorial Museum & Library (NMML)

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Nehru Memorial Museum and Library ( NMML ) is a unique institution which attempts to recollect. preserve and reconstruct the history of the anti-imperialist struggle in India. It was founded in 1966 and was envisioned as a world-class institution of advanced study which would foster academic research on modern and contemporary history.
In August 194$ Teen Murti House became the official residence of independent India's first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru who lived here for sixteen years until his death on 27 May 1964. After his death it was decided that Teen Murti Bhawan should be converted into a museum and a library which would promote original research in modern Indian History with special reference to the Nehru Era.
Nehru Memorial Museum and Library Society was formed on the 1st April 1966. Initially, the Museum was set up in the eastern wing and the Library in the western wing of the sprawling building. With the passage of time and the rapid growth of research material in the Library, more space was required and an exclusive Library building was constructed.
It was formally inaugurated by the then President, V. V. Giri, in January 1974. However, the steady increase in the volume of material required for research further necessitated the construction of an annexe building which was completed in 1989. The Centre for Contemporary Studies was set up in this building as a new unit in 1990.
To commemorate the Foundation Day of the NMML. It has been decided to organise an Annual Lecture on the 1st April every year and name it Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Foundation Day Lecture.

Events at DelhiEvents.com : Teen Murti House

Nehru Planetarium is also part of NMML, visit : Nehru Planetarium

History : Teen Murti Bhavan was designed by Robert Tor Russel who also designed Connaught Place and few parts of Janpath. It was initially knows as Flagstaff House and it was used by British Forces as the residence of the Commander-in-Chief. After Independence, the house was taken over as the residence of Jawaharlal Nehru, 1st Prime Minister of India and after his death in 1964, it was turned into a library and a museum. The house gets its name from the Teen Murti ("three statues") Memorial, which stands on the road junction in front of its extensive grounds.

Timings : 10:00 am - 5:00 pm ( Mondays Closed )

Address : Nehru Memorial Museum and Library (NMML), Teen Murti House, New Delhi - 110011
Website : www.nehrumemorial.nic.in
Map : Nehru Memorial Museum and Library at Google Maps
Metro : Nearest Metro Station - 'Race Course(Yellow Line)' ( 15-20 mins. walk )
Ph.: 011-23414666, 23014475

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6 comments:

  1. thank you,its rather sad that such simple and required information is not easily available from the library, but i thank you for your efforts. thanks. could you also add the bit about how much are the charges if you wish to enroll yourself for a year.

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  2. I have called he number which you have been given in your website and receptionist talked rudely and before i stop my conversation she disconnect the phone. It was a phone call for Dr. Mridula Mukherjee.

    Its really disappointing.

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  3. Trying going there and let them know!

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  4. I think the phone number is wrong. the Nehru memorial museum and Library is a big organisation and the director as this web says isthe head of the organisation. The Director is not the right person to enqire about the library membership. I have incidentally met the director on ne ocassion and found she is one of the finest human being and despite lot of attacks on her personally and the vested interests from home and abroad to take over the institute, she rsponded to dozens of children who had come there to visit the musuem. the number it seems is 23013555.

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  5. why your programs are not available on any connecting websites? Is there a lecture by Prof Betille today ?

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  6. Do visit the event page now : http://www.delhievents.com/search/label/NMML

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