National Portal and Digital Repository for Museums of India

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The “National Portal and Digital Repository for Museums of India” was inaugurated by honorable Shri Shripad Naik, Union Minister for Culture & Tourism, Government of India on 21st October 2014.

The portal provides access to heritage antiquities from 10 national museums under the Ministry of Culture.

 

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The National Portal and Digital Repository for Indian Museums is developed and hosted by Human-Centred Design & Computing Group, C-DAC, Pune as per the agreement with Ministry of Culture, Government of India.

The National Portal of Indian Museums integrates the digital collections of various museums created using JATAN; Virtual Museum Builder developed by HCDC Group. This software has been customized and specially enhanced in consultation with the museums. The National Digital Repository of Museums is being managed using Sanskriti Digitalaya (Open Archival Information System) and e-Sangrahan (Data Acquisition Tool) developed as part of the Centre of Excellence for Digital Preservation by Human-Centred Design & Computing Group, C-DAC, Pune.

 

You are most welcome to visit the portal at the following URL: http://www.museumsofindia.gov.in/

A short film in Hindi and English is also available to provide information about this project and future plans.

 

 

English Version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PmPy_5GzNmc

भारतीय संग्रहालयों के लिए राष्ट्रीय पोर्टल और डिजिटल भंडार: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8shAwIi_ymA&feature=youtu.be

It is possible to provide a feedback on the portal at: http://www.museumsofindia.gov.in/repository/user/feedbackform

 

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