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Jammu and Kashmir's Shri Pratap Singh Museum connects UT with rest of the country with its collection of artifacts
SPS Museum
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Jammu and Kashmir's Shri Pratap Singh Museum connects UT with rest of the country with its collection of artifacts

| @indiablooms | 29 Apr 2024, 04:16 pm

The Shri Pratap Singh Museum (SPS) is playing its part in connecting Jammu and Kashmir with the rest of India.

With a good amount of artefacts, the museum is preserving the centuries-old rich cultural and traditional history of Jammu and Kashmir which has its own importance at national and international levels.

Rabia Qureshi, curator of SPS Museum told ANI, “We have a section of culture and society. We have not only placed artifacts of Jammu and Kashmir. But Giligit, Baltistan and Yarkand …Everything we have displayed over there. Because it was the state of Jammu and Kashmir earlier”.

Rabia Qureshi described the museum as a rich source of history.

"If somebody wants to consult or research, he should consult. Museums are the only way to get connected with your root. The artefacts of the Jammu and Kashmir are not only to be found here. They are to be in found in Los Angeles, New York, lot of artefacts are in Australia, ” Qureshi added.

The museum also houses artifacts from other parts of the country.

Ghulam Abass, a visitor from Kargil told ANI,” Museum’s are very important. The new generation of educated youth should get to know about their culture and history.”

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