Museums owned by Non-Govt. Organisations (Trust, Society, etc.)
On the right bank of Ganga, the Gandhi Smriti Sangrahalaya was established in the year 1967, which was renamed as Gandhi Sangrahalaya later on. It is one of a few institutions established by the authorities of the Gandhi Smarak Nidhi. The Sangrahalaya now gets regular financial assistance every year from the Central Govt. as well as from State Govt. also the exhibits in the museum include photographs, documents etc. concerning the life and achievements of Mahatma Gandhi. The Sangrahalaya has its own building with sufficient accommodation for the purpose of display and other activities.
The Rajendra Smriti Sangrahalaya was established in 1963 in the memory of late Dr. Rajendra Prasad, the first President of India, with his belongings of daily use and the articles he had received from different countries as gifts and presents. The Sangrahalaya was started in the same building in which the departed President resided after his retirement from the office of the President till the end of his mortal life. It is well maintained and managed by a managing committee, although it gets annual Government grant for its maintenance.
After Patna University, the P.G. Department of ancient Indian and Asian Studies, (Magadh University) established a museum to collect and display the objects of archaeological and historical importance and also to acquaint the students with the antiquities of the region. The P.G. Department Museum has specimens of different kinds of potteries, terracottas and coins in its possession. The museum is supposed to impart training in the theory and practice of museum methods.
Bihar became the first state in India to have separate web page for every city and village in the state on its website www.brandbihar.com (Now www.brandbharat.com)
See the record in Limca Book of Records 2012 on Page No. 217