India, April 5 -- New Delhi

Letters, certificates, clothes, utensils, and photographs belonging to those who migrated to Delhi from across the border during the 1947 India-Pakistan partition will be on display at the Capital's first Partition museum, which is likely to throw open its doors in August this year. The inauguration of the museum is set to coincide with the state government's ongoing Freedom@75 celebrations - announced by the Delhi government in its annual budget last month to celebrate 75 years of Independence next year.

The museum will be set up at the Dara Shikoh Library Building in Kashmere Gate and will be managed by The Arts and Cultural Heritage Trust (TACHT), which has the experience of having set up a similar museum ...