Bangabandhu - Bapu Digital Museum Launched by PM Modi and PM Sheikh Hasina

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News Desk, News Nation 360 : The Bangabandhu Bapu digital exhibition, jointly inaugurated by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina in December's virtual summit has opened in Delhi. The exhibition dedicated to the lives of India's father of the nation Mahatma Gandhi and Bangladesh's father of the nation Sheikh Mujibur Rahman is currently displayed at Delhi's Vigyan Bhawan. Key points of interest of the exhibition are a 'meeting wall' that displays the only photo in the world that has both Bangabandhu and Bapu in one frame, a robotic signature of both the leaders, the favourite music of the leaders. Historical moments like Mahatma Gandhi's salt march, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman speech of March 7, 1971, is another noteworthy installation. The pain and suffering endured by the Indians and Bangladeshi people during the brutal use of force by General Dyer in Jallianwala Bagh in 1919 and the genocide perpetrated by the Pakistani army in 1971 have been digitally shown. The 'genocide tunnel' shows the depiction, the experiences of the many Bangladeshis who suffered in the hands of the Pakistani army in 1971 war of liberation. The exhibition comes at a time when Bangladesh celebrates its 50 years of Independence. This year's Republic day celebrations too saw a special 122-member strong contingent from Bangladesh's Armed forces taking part in the grand parade. This is only the third time in India's history that any foreign military contingent has been invited to participate. An Indian Air force's Dakota, which took part in the war, conducted a flypast during the parade. Meanwhile, the Indian Navy's tableau was dedicated to the 1971 Bangladesh Liberation War and how the war at sea was won. Birad Rajaram Yajnik, the curator of the exhibition said that It is a digital

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exhibition which speaks the language of technology. It gives out the message of the youth today of the lives of the 2 great leaders. The exhibition acts as a catalyst and one comes to know interesting things about the 2 great leaders.

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Report : Anustup Kundu