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The Nehru Centre is a memorial to the vision of the first Prime Minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru.
The Nehru Centre is a memorial to the vision of the first Prime Minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru. It showcases the historical, cultural and scientific wealth of India. Named after Nehru's book, the Discovery of India Exposition is a permanent exhibition of 50,000 objects with dioramas, photographs and audio-visuals tracing the evolution of India through the ages. The Art Gallery exhibits paintings, sculptures, graphics, calligraphy, ceramics, textile-paintings and photography by established as well as upcoming artists.The Culture Wing presents traditional music, dance and drama performances. The Planetarium is popular with school kids. The grounds of the complex have over a 1000 varieties of Indian plants and trees.
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Nehru Planetarium is a premier centre for astronomy in India, with several programs for fostering the study and development of astronomical sciences
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