Principle Donors for Army Heritage Museum
The principle donors for Army Heritage Museum are United Service Institute, Adjutant Generals Branch, Master General of Ordnance Branch, Mech Forces Directorate, Postal Directorate, Survey General of India and border Roads Organisation.
Artefacts of Army Heritage Museum
The arms and weapons that were used in the war are also displayed in the museum. The collection has ancient items like bows and arrows, swords, spears and also has many modern ammunition including AK-47. The surrender letter that Pakistan signed during the 1971 war is exhibited in the museum. Army uniforms dating back to pre-independence time as well as after the Independence are kept here. There is a separate section where important achievements of the great Indian warriors are described. Medals, rewards and awards of the Indian Army are also displayed here. Many of these medals depict strong bonding between the Royal Nepal Army and the Indian Army.
Visitors get to know about the warriors like courageous Maharana Pratap, Rani Lakshmibai, Shivaji Maharaja, Guru Gobind Singh, Tipu Sultan, etc. who never gave an inch to the outsiders and died heroic deaths. Visitors would also get to know about the modern warriors like Field Marshal Manekshaw, Carriappaa and many others who died a great death in order to save their country from intruders.