The National Museum of the Hindu faith (MNMF) is opening its first museum in Chennai on January 30.
It will feature a new programme of exhibitions on religious history, culture and religion.
The museum is one of the most prominent temples in India.
The MNMF is set to open its new museum on January 10.
The new museum will be dedicated to the legacy of the ancient gods, the gods of the Indian subcontinent, and will showcase the rich and unique religious heritage of the Hindus and Muslims.
The MNMFs most important religious site is the Saptar temple in Chennai.
The temple is known for its monumental architecture and sacred buildings that have been preserved in its temple grounds for over 200 years.
In 2016, the temple was vandalised and several Hindu devotees were killed.
The temples sacred stones were also damaged in the same incident.
The new museum is set up at a time when Chennai is facing the threat of rising seas and sea levels.
The city has experienced floods twice in the last 20 years, with the most recent occurrence in the year 2017.
The floods have also affected tourism and the local economy.
In the past year, the MNM fountains have been inundated, as well.
The latest floods have brought down the statue of the goddess Saraswati.
The museum’s mission is to preserve the history and culture of the religion and culture.
The team plans to exhibit some of the historical artefacts from the temple, along with new exhibits.
The exhibition will feature sculptures, sculptures of saints, sculptures and other items from the past, and the museum is also planning to feature some ancient relics.
The opening ceremony will be on January 20.