Archaeological Survey of India and the Aga Khan Trust for Culture are planning the country’s first specially designed interpretation centre for the World Heritage site says the Hindu com news

Delhi to get its first sunken museum

By Smriti Kak Ramachandran
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An artist’s impression of the sunken interpretation centre linking three historic sites -- Humayun’s Tomb, Sundar Nursery and Nizamuddin Basti.

An artist’s impression of the sunken interpretation centre linking three historic sites — Humayun’s Tomb, Sundar Nursery and Nizamuddin Basti.

The Capital will have its first sunken interpretation centre linking three historic sites — Humayun’s Tomb, Sundar Nursery and Nizamuddin Basti — if multiple agencies required to give clearances come together and give the go-ahead for the project.

Interpretation centres, popularly known as site museums that detail the history of a cultural or natural heritage, have been largely missing from the Indian arena. The project, a first of its kind in the country, has been conceptualised and designed by the Aga Khan Trust for Culture.

 

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