PAU Museum will connect the new generation with rich cultural heritage: Vice Chancellor
The Museum of Rural Life established in the Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana has been recognized as a tourist destination by the Government of Punjab. PAU gave more information in this regard. Vice Chancellor Dr. Satbir Singh Gosal said that on September 27, the museum of the university got a place in the website of the Ministry of Tourism of Punjab.
He said that this museum was constructed by Former PAU Vice Chancellor Dr Satbir Singh Gosal.
It was done under the leadership of Mahendra Singh Randhawa. He said that this museum was planned as a center for the rich rural heritage of Punjab so that the future generations can be acquainted with our traditional culture.
Dr. Gosal expressed the hope that the people of Punjab living abroad will show this museum to their future generations so that they can be made aware of the rich cultural heritage of Punjab.
PAU Additional Director of Communications Dr Tejinder Singh Riar said on this occasion that this museum is located on the left side of the road leading from the community science college’s back yard and Thapar Hall to the north side. The appearance of this museum is a model of old architecture.
This building is built like Havelinuma building of 18th century Punjab. It includes old kitchen utensils, agricultural implements, handicrafts, musical instruments, old home decoration items, grain storage tools, livestock related equipment and other items that were used in farms and homes. Yes, they are decorated for display.