The new tools will help art lovers in India and across the globe discover works and artifacts from thousands of museums present in more than 70 countries:

  • Search for anything, from the history of the Nalanda University, India’s newest World Heritage Site, topanoramic imagery of its excavation.
  • Scroll through art by time –  discover artworks by Abanindranath Tagore, one of the founders of modern Indian painting.
  • Browse by color and learn about how Amrita Sher-Gil’s palette changed through her journeys between India and Europe.

Further, making India’s rich cultural heritage come live,  Google Cardboard, gives users the opportunity to take a virtual tour of the Sanskriti Museum, established in 1978, a home to one of the largest collections of Indian art and craft.