THE capital is set to get its first Geography Museum today. Called the Museum of Geographical Heritage, it will be the centre for school and college students and research scholars to learn about evolution and change.
In a bid to become the storehouse of geographical evolution, the museum will display a variety of unique rocks, trees, byproducts of trees, soils, atlas and maps from the last century, and survey equipment that were used earlier.
With time, the museum will also be linked with library facilities and will also hold the Geography Festival of India.
Read more of this in a report by Shradha Chettri published in The Indian Express...