Science Museum Jaipur is the new hub of a $4.5 billion global science museum, which is part of the $8.6 billion International Center for the Arts.
The museum, named after a city in India, was opened last December and is expected to be the largest international museum of science in the world.
The museum, located in the bustling city of Jaipark in central India, features artworks from the likes of David Bowie, David Bowie II, Neil Young, and the late Christopher Columbus.
It’s the first museum to be built in the country with the backing of a major government institution.
But its mission is far from simple.
Science Museum jaipuri is also set to host the world’s largest scientific conference in the future, the International Congress of Physics and Astronomy (ICPAP).
The event will bring together more than 20,000 scientists from over 70 countries.
“The goal is to build a network of universities around the world and create an environment that encourages a scientific culture that is more diverse, inclusive and global,” the director of the museum, Dr. Darshan Kumar, told Axios.
“We hope to connect scientists and students across disciplines in a manner that is a model of the future.”
The museum is also one of the biggest tourist attractions in the city, which has seen an uptick in foreign visitors over the last few years.
Many of the buildings have been renovated to provide visitors with an intimate experience.
And the new science museum is set to become a destination for locals, with its large pavilion, terraces and gardens.
“Science museums in India are very special,” said Dr. Vijay Kaur, a professor at Delhi University and a member of the Science Museum team.
“The science museums in Jaipurs building are very impressive, the layout is very modern, the building itself is beautiful and there is a lot of interaction with the environment.
It is a very important museum.”
The new science exhibition will be the first in Jaips history, and it will be dedicated to a number of emerging scientists, including a new generation of astrophysicists, who have taken the field of astronomy.
It will be built by a consortium led by Indian companies and will feature an array of scientists from around the country.
The exhibition will also include an interactive experience to highlight the importance of science education.
“There is a huge demand for science education in India,” said Darshanan Kumar.
“It’s not just for scientists, but for students too.
They can be involved in projects that benefit society or just share knowledge.
We are looking forward to building this project with the help of local experts.”
Science Museum jaips new director, Dr Vijay Kumar, has also set a target of generating $10 billion by 2030.
He has previously said that Jaipurda would have an estimated population of between 1.6 million and 1.8 million.