Google Cultural Institute and Mumbai’s Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum has decided to provide online accessibility to global travelers who love to experience the real beauty of art, culture and heritage of India from the comfort of their country. Online customers will have access to around 200+ highlights of rare collections of early art and design practices that are from 18th to 20th centuries. Online visitors will also access the contemporary art exhibitions that are displayed in the Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum of Mumbai.
The special ivory of Radha Krishna, diorama of Emperor Jehangir on a lion hunt, painting of a court scene from 1928 that is painted by M.V. Dhurandhar a renowned artist and much more will be accessible for online visitors. Moreover, the contemporary art display at the Museum includes various special curated virtual exhibits, Museum view and other treasures of the Museum.
As per Director of Google Cultural Institute, Amit Sood this step is to make Indian heritage accessible to world and preserve it for the generations to come in the form of digital storage. This will provide opportunity to those who do not get time to travel to India physically.