Have you ever heard of a museum dedicated to learning about historical conflicts? Conflicts, from our point of view, we ‘the people of India’, how we felt, what our ancestors went through during those moments of conflict.
Conflictorium is a peculiar museum dedicated to moments of conflict. It shows us our history, present and the need to act on the future.
The museum started a unique exhibition on June 19, lasting till August. The collection, ‘Still, We Can’t Step In The Same River Twice,’ is an experience one must feel.
The space feels like a warm invitation with the theme of depicting inner conflicts with yourself, forgiveness, and freedom of speech. With simple things speaking louder than words in those rooms, our feelings like we never knew that just a piece of paper could make us question our everyday routine.
What people perceive us as what questions we answer the most and why; the space makes us think about ourselves and our decisions.
The mistakes we’ve made in the past, having experienced them, now when the time comes would we learn and act differently?
One of the things that will stay in your mind is the sorry tree—a tree where you can ask for forgiveness and forgive if feeling wronged anonymously.
With a collection of books in the reading room on various topics, heard and unheard.
This exhibition gives you a moment to seek further into matters significant to you.
‘Still, We Can’t Step In The Same River Twice’ in Conflictorium is a collection that speaks in a language that connects all. A must-visit for all the self-seeking souls and conflictory history enthusiasts.
It’s open from Tuesday to Sunday, from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm.
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