british sangrahaalaya

british sangrahaalaya
sthaapit 1753
sthaan great rasal street, London, inglaind
sangrah aakaar 80 lakh vastueain
aagantuk aankade

6,049,000 (2007–2008)[1]

  • raashtreeya star par pratham kramaank par
  • vishvastar par doosare kramaank par
website www.britishmuseum.org

british sangrahaalaya (British Museum, british myoojiym), jo Britain ki rajdhani London mein sthit hai, duniya ke sab se mahaan maanaveeya itihaas aur sabhyata ke sangrahaalayon mein se ek maana jaata hai. iske sthaai sangrah mein 80 lakh se adhik vastueain hain jo har mahaadveep se laai gayi hain aur manushya jaati ki shuruaat se aajatak ki sanskruti ki jhalakein dikhaateen hain.[2] is sangrahaalaya ki sthaapana san 1753 mein hains slon (Hans Sloane) ke vyaktigat sangrah ke saath hui thi.[3] 15 January 1759 ko iske daravaaje aam janta ke liye khule aur agali dhaai sadiyon mein vishvabhar mein british saamraajya ke failaav ke saath-saath yahaaain dilchasp vastuon ka ekatreekaran joron par raha. is sangraahalaya mein kuchh vastuon par vivaad hai, jaise ki elgin sangamaramar ki shilpavastueain jinhein yoonaan vaapaas maangata raha hai.[4]

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  1. [ http://www.britishmuseum.org/pdf/TAR07-08.pdf Reports and accounts for the year ended 31 March 2008], British Museum, 17 July 2008, Accessed 15 October 2008
  2. The British Museum: About us, ... Founded: 1753, Visitors: 5.93 million (2008/9), Collection size: 8 million objects ...
  3. London, Volumes 5-6, Charles Knight & co., 1851, ... The British Museum, for example, is a striking case of this kind. Little, we may be sure, did the benevolent Sir Hans Sloane dream of this mighty establishment, when he, in effect, founded it, by directing in his will that his library of books and manuscripts, his collection of natural history and works of art, should be offered to the Parliament ...
  4. Imperialism, art and restitution, John Henry Merryman, Cambridge University Press, 2006, ISBN 978-0-521-85929-5, ... Political nationalism treats the presence of the Marbles in England, or in any other place than Greece, as an offense to Greeks and the Greek nation. Here the demand for the return of the Marbles is based on national pride ...