Jallianwala Bagh Smarak


Inaugurated by Shri Narendra Modi, Hon’ble Prime Minister of India, 28th August 2021

About Museum:

The history of colonization and lust for wealth is stained with blood world over! Massacre of innocents was a tool for the British in empire building, and India was no exception. Starting from the massacre of 100 sanyasis in 1770 in Bengal they continued till 1947 in various parts of the country.

Among many such barbaric acts stands the massacre at Jallianwala Bagh when the festivities of the holy Baisakhi were converted into human cries by shooting the innocent women, men and children by a brute empire builder intending to crush Indian nationalism. How wrong was he! The blood of martyrs blackened the British faces world over and further strengthened the nationalist movement- the fight for freedom.

This bagh and its museum galleries showcases the oppressive conditions in Punjab under the British, resistance to British rule, sacrifices of the Gadhar revolutionaries, exploitation of Punjab’s resources during First World War and the brutal gift of Black Rowlatt Act. The protests, suppression, and the impact of Jallianwala massacre are also showcased along with the sacrifices of Punjabis in India and abroad for liberation of the motherland.

Our Scope of Work
Concept | Design | Curation | Content | Heritage Restoration | Civil Repair | Landscaping & Hardscaping | Museum Development | Technology | Sound & Light Show | O&M