RIDE TO ROOTS

 

 

 

RIDE TO ROOTS

Suppose you want a different taste of water from same glass everytime you go for it. The idea is to take the definition of museum to next level. A matrix of all museums, you knock the gates of one door, you enter the space of a different place, a different culture, the world with a different history. Every day the same block of four walls will have something new for you in their packet. The motive will always be to keep the value of the place intact but open gates for other museums to inherit the historical depth and persona of a different museum.
Now the question comes – Why?
Energizing the soothing world of the museum with a technical crunch, the person entering the place will always have something new to see. Such subject will also lead to increase in curiosity for different cultures. Implementation will result in a vast audience for different museums. Every other place can enjoy the audience cultivated by another place. And it’ll be a boom in different culture or place. The whole idea should be considered as completely hypothetical right now because no museum has given their acceptance over this right now.
Let’s say these museums are from India with which we’ll initiate the complete scheme.
The initial stages can have such museums to give a grant of 20 days to one month to get a run-through over their place.So there will be a chain among museums of the world,they can display one another things and similarly marino marini will be displayed in other museums, so from this it will get promotion and popularity and functions the same as other museums (like briefing hall,interactive kiosks etc)
All the museums, being provided as examples, are completely different from each other in their historical backgrounds, their culture. The primary thing which binds them to each other is their motive.
Now, the path to different museums of India unveils itself. Here the details of different museums has been given which follows with some more of them. The idea is to merge our idea with every museum, how each one of them can be used as an asset to this collaboration.
Nimhans Brain Museum:  The Museum contains around 400 real brains. Brains of different people, brains with worms, brains of people with different medical conditions. The variety knows no limit. Collected over last 35 years, anyone can touch the actual brain and feel its texture.
Calico Museum textiles: Ahmedabad, Gujarat
The textile displayed include the textile used by the Mughals. The contents have been preserved till now from 15th Century. The authorities work their way around to preserving things. Trees around the museum control pollution, dust, and fluctuations in temperature.
Desert Culture Centre: Jaisalmer, Rajasthan
The remembrance of Rajas and Maharajas of Indian history, their ancient scriptures, archaic coins, and other historical remains, Such are the things for which the Desert Culture Centre is home to.
Gopinath Museum: (Thiruvananthapuram)
Home to different information about classical dance forms of India and how they evolved with time. The same place is the centre for learning, training and research in various Indian dance forms.
Losel Doll Museum:
The tradition of the losel doll was started in 1983 to preserve the tradition of Tibetan costumes. The losel dolls have been showcased in the US, Europe and Asia, and several museums have purchased for permanent display.
Museum of Himachal Culture and folk arts:(Manali, Himachal Pradesh)
The place showcases the forgotten culture, art and handicrafts. Since 1990, the museum has been the collection of traditional heritage of Himachal Pradesh.
And the list goes on and on.
● Shivalik Museum
● Mayong Central Museum
● Shreyas Folk Museum
● Urusvati Museum

The different historical angles of India has been perceived by these places. The tradition of showcasing the elements of a different museum has been done by such places before also. But taking it to a next level, Marino Marini will be the first museum to take such initiative.

Manali Tale, Anmol Jain, Deepanshu Chhabda

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