New Collaboration Between Ministry of Culture and IIT Bombay



The Ministry of Culture, part of the Indian Government, launched a
portal on Indian Culture. Currently, it is in two languages – Hindi and
English – but it will soon be launched in other major languages of India as
well. It was originally launched in December 2019, but now, it will be
receiving some help from real-time experts from IIT Bombay.

The website has a range of topics on different areas of Indian history and
culture, including, forts of India, cuisines, musical instruments of India,
textiles and fabrics of India, manuscripts, and origin stories. It also hosts
external links of the Ministry of Culture—Gandhi Heritage Portal, National
Museum for Manuscripts, Vedic Heritage, Gandhi 150, Abhilekh Patal,
Museums of India, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Papers, and Jewelry of the

This portal on Indian Culture is expected to be highly informative and
educative, especially since it is backed by organizations such as the
Allahabad Museum, the Anthropological Survey of India, the
Archaeological Survey of India, the Asiatic Society, the Central Institute of
Buddhist Studies, the Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies, and the Central Institute of Higher Himalayan Studies. It is partnered with Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay and Indira Gandhi National Open

Students, researchers, and other history and culture enthusiasts will be able
to access rare information from the Indian Culture portal. It is now also
available in phone app format on Andriod and iOS.

If you have booked tickets to India or want to know more about the
country; this portal contains useful information for tourists, students, and

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