Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Museum
The Teen Murti building was converted into a museum right after Jawaharlal Nehru's death in 1964. To the right of the entrance gate you will find the Nehru Planetarium with a noticeboard indicating the various show timings .
The rooms inside the memorial museum are well maintained which can help you catch a glimpse of his lifestyle.Inside the bedrooms, drawing room and the study , you will see the most outstanding collections of art objects, paintings and Nehruji's personal belongings .
One of the biggest attraction for visitors to this museum is the Jawahar Jyoti, an eternal flame that keeps burning day and night, symbolizing Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru's life and works.
He knew that to built a modern India the children of India have to take keen interest in science as they are the future. Therefore, Nehru Planetarium, aims at educating children about astronomy and space.
The front lawn has a granite rock which holds the famous speech presented by Jawaharlal Nehru on the night of 14-15 August 1947 on the declaration of India's Independence. Aspeech that still lightens up the thrill of the historic moment , achieved after years of struggle and sacrifice.