This new initiative, launched in seven museums across different cities, connects the state’s history with technology. The information from the audio guide will be available in both Hindi and English. The audio guide is free. “It will be our endeavour to provide this type of audio guide facility in future at other state-protected monuments and museums as well,” she said.
All guests along with Additional Managing Director, MP Tourism Board Vivek Shrotriya visited Lal Bagh Palace. Everyone listened to and appreciated the audio guide by scanning the QR code from their mobile. Shrotriya said that QR code-based audio guide was launched in State Museum and Tribal Museum in Bhopal, Lalbagh Palace in Indore, Gujri Mahal Archaeological Museum in Gwalior, Maharaja Chhatrasal Museum in Dhubela and Observatory and Triveni Museum in Ujjain. This facility is already available at Bhopal’s Kushabhau Thackeray International Convention Centre (Minto Hall), and has received a positive response.
Also present on the occasion were senior members from TAAI Madhya Pradesh Chapter and TAAI Chhattisgarh Chapter.