Museum Day observed at Rajagiri

 24 May 2017 - 10:29

Museum Day observed at Rajagiri

The Peninsula

Rajagiri Public School recently organised Museum Day. The students of 4B organised the programme to understand the concept of museum as a building in which objects of historical, scientific, artistic, or cultural interests are stored and exhibited.

Two of the students spoke on the world famous museums and advised their friends not to miss a chance to visit these museums. The Museum of Islamic Art in Qatar is a famous one in the Middle East, which they visited with their friends during their excursion last year. They also presented a video on the famous museums and one of them played the role of a tourist guide explaining the famous museums around the world. They also told that history does not tell us about the future but provide us with guidelines for the future.

The principal told them that we all have the taste of keeping important things of the past to keep our memories live. That is the origin of museums. Museums across the world keep history alive.