The Remember Bhopal Museum is a museum in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India that commemorates the Bhopal catastrophe. It collects and exhibits artifacts and information of the affected communities. The museum was opened on 2 December 2014, the thirtieth anniversary of the catastrophe. The Bhopal disaster was as a result of a fuel leak that happened on the Union Carbide India Limited pesticide plant in Bhopal on 2 December 1984, and have become the biggest industrial catastrophe by way of dying toll. In 2004, Yaad-e-Hadsa, a memorial museum, changed into created by means of survivors of the disaster. Its famous, consisting of garb and different belongings of folks who had died, had been donated by means of survivors.
Statistics of the origins of the reveals were finally misplaced by means of the organisers. Rama Lakshmi, who is a journalist, museologist and oral historian, and Shalini Sharma, who is an activist and an assistant professor on the Tata Institute for Social Sciences, determined to accumulate money owed from the survivors immediately to link with the donated gadgets, to be exhibited at a brand new memorial museum. In 2009, the Madhya Pradesh government and the Union Government made proposals to build a memorial of the gasoline tragedy, however the proposals failed.