Teen Murti Bhavan – Symbol of Independence History of India

It would be my last day of visit in Delhi. I felt somewhat bad, yet at the same time I was content that I could cover the vast majority of the prevalent destinations in Delhi. Thinking back, my visit to the Red Fort, India Gate, Humayun's tomb, Lotus Temple, and different spots have issued me a ton of information and experience. I considered having a record of every last one of spots I went to in my online journal once I came back. Then again, as you know, time is constrained for me, being occupied constantly, living up to expectations with undertakings here and there.

Teen Murti Bhavan
Teen Murti Bhavan | Image Resource : wikimedia.org

The Teen Murti Bhavan is also called Teen Murti House is the home of Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India. He stayed there for a long time until his downfall. After his demise in 1964, Teen Murti Bhavan was restored into a historical center cum-library. It was outlined by the British designer Robert Tor Russel amid the British Raj and implicit 1930 as the home of the Commander in Chief of the British Indian Army.

The library contains Nehru's Personal letters, books, journal passages, and so forth. The Nehru Planetarium is likewise an awesome fascination, particularly for the youthful era. I saw a show on the close planetary system in the planetarium on its vault formed screen. There were numerous more occasions on stargazing, yet I didn't have enough time as I expected to head back.

Nehru Planetarium
Nehru Planetarium | Image Resource : wikimedia.org

The establishments like the 'Nehru Memorial Museum and Library' (NMML), 'Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Fund', 'Nehru Planetarium' and 'Habitat for Contemporary Studies' are a piece of Teen Murti Bhavan. The NMML is likewise one of the greatest libraries in Delhi containing 18,000 microfilm moves, a great many original copies and endless photos.

At long last, the visit reached an end. There were still various places left to visit, yet that might be possible on some other day, possibly one year from now. I think myself to be truly fortunate that I could oversee time from my occupied calendar to turn out and meander about an alternate land and know all the more about the Indian soil.

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Hey, I am Adway Chavan, an IT professional who spends all of his working hours staring at a computer screen...well, almost all. IT is my passion whilst nature, wildlife and adventure are the buzzwords I live by. I am also an amateur photographer and have travelled extensively in India and abroad. I never ever turn down a travel idea and spend all my holidays visiting national parks and forest reserves, biking up mountains and taking road trips. I have also indulged in bungee jumping, paragliding and sailing. One day I hope to take up the greatest challenge of all and go trekking in the Himalayas! Till then, watch this space!

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