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    Picnic box from British time on display at Kitchen Museum of Rashtrapati Bhavan


    by WildFilmsIndia

    This kitchen museum is one of its kind in the world, exhibits historic kitchen artifacts from the collection of the President's household. The objects chosen span across the pre-independence period during British days.

    The Collection on display guides viewers from the Viceregal kitchen to the Banquet table. There are fascinating implements like copper ladles, primitive slicers and utensils. Given pride of place under a tiered chandelier is the Star of India crockery, with crystal stemware and shining silver cutlery. The exhibits roughly cover the period from 1911, when King George V and Queen Mary announced at their Coronation Durbar that the capital would move from Calcutta to Delhi till India's independence.


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