Supreme Court Of India Museum
“Judicial History Of India”
The supreme court of India Museum is a small museum that showcases the judicial history of India. It is situated on Tilak Marg. The museum has two galleries. The first gallery lays emphasis on the rise of the Indian Judicial system and goes right back to the Indus Valley civilization and the second gallery showcases the federal and supreme courts where one gets to see the judge’s chair, portraits of the Raj era right from the 20th century.
The place does have original manuscripts of a few important cases that include the assassination case of Mahatma Gandhi. The supreme court of India Museum was introduced in 1994 by Shri M.N Venkatachaliah. It was set up with the idea of preserving, protecting and showcasing rare objects, manuscripts and much more. There is so much that common people are enchanted with when to comes to the courts and judicial proceedings.
Location: Tilak Marg, Supreme Court, Mandi House, New Delhi, Delhi 110201
Timings: 10:00 am -5:00 pm, Sunday & other holidays
Entry Fee: Free
Metro Station: Pragati Maidan