This article shares two environmental movements that echos the source of the deep-rooted connect we have with Environment and Biodiversity.
NMNH was established on June 5, 1978 and was curated at a rented building in FICCI, New Delhi. The Museum was destroyed due to a fire incidence recently.
The Nehru Memorial Museum and Library invites all interested to a Public Lecture, as part of its ‘Cities in History’ series, on “The Fields Beneath – London & Delhi” by Prof. Narayani Gupta. Indian urban historians recognise and study built towns, or networks of towns, but do not for most part […]
The Nehru Memorial Museum & Library (NMML) invites all interested to a Seminar on The Colonial Hunt: Metropole, colony and wildlife in India, 1850-1950’. The speaker during the Seminar will be Dr. Swati Shresth of the Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment. Dr. Shresth works on colonial culture […]
The Nehru Memorial Museum and Library (NMML) cordially invite all interested to a Workshop on Environment and Histories! The linkages between environments and histories may seem self-evident but require careful thought and rigour. How human actions do or do not transform environments for better or for worse is a central […]
A certain spark of wisdom can enlighten the mind and reset the existing thoughts in it. Such a moment blessed me when a good friend of mine visited last weekend and we had a very enriching discussion on the history of global environmental movement. So far, I have heard of […]
Meri Dilli Meri Yamuna, an initiative of The Art of Living which finds full support from Delhi Greens, is a project for making a difference to our city, Delhi-NCR. River Yamuna is immensely important for the economic, ecological and basic needs of the region and its people. But, over the […]