The Sulabh International Museum of Water Education, a pioneering institution dedicated to water education, was ceremoniously opened within the premises of Sulabh Sansar, Mahavir Enclave, Palam-Dabri Road, New Delhi, on the occasion of the birthday of Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi ji on 17th September, 2022. The inauguration was graced by the presence of distinguished guests, including the Governor of Sikkim, the esteemed Shri Ganga Prasad ji, along with numerous other senior dignitaries, who collectively marked this event with their august presence. Notably, this museum stands as a unique endeavour, being the first-of-its-kind establishment in the entire nation, a testament to its significance and innovative approach towards water education and conservation.

The Sulabh International Museum of Water Education represents a pivotal milestone in India’s efforts towards promoting awareness and understanding of water conservation and management. Through its comprehensive exhibits and interactive displays, the museum aims to enlighten visitors about the crucial role of water in sustaining life, ecosystems, and human civilization. By showcasing innovative technologies, historical insights, and success stories in water management from around the world, the museum serves as a beacon of inspiration and education for individuals, communities, and policymakers alike. It stands not only as a testament to the visionary leadership of its creators but also as a symbol of collective responsibility towards safeguarding this invaluable resource for future generations.