A one-of-its-kind Ultra Modern Digital Museum exhibiting the life of the First Sikh Guru Nanak Dev opened for the public at Industrial Training Centre (ITI) in Batala on Tuesday. Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM) Batala Balwinder Singh inaugurated the Digital Museum.The museum, which was part of celebrations planned by the state government for commemorating the 550th Parkash Purb of Sri Guru Nanak Dev will remain open for the public from 7am to 5.30pm till Thursday, while two shows— 6.15 pm to 7 pm and 7.45 pm to 8.30 pm— each of Light and Sound shows would be organised on November 06 and 07.On the first day, over 1000 people from different age groups and walks of life visited the digital museum and had a rare experience through the hi-end technological museum aimed at disseminating the teachings of Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji. SDM Balwinder Singh termed the Museum as a humble effort by the state government to spread the message to people for embracing the ideology of love, compassion, equality, peace and brotherhood propounded by Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji in its true spirit.While informing that entry for these shows is completely free of cost, he appealed all the residents to must visit the museum along with their families. He also urged residents to watch 45-minute light and sound show with colourful visual presentations, ultra-modern laser techniques and unique acoustics on Wednesday and Thursday evenings.Meanwhile, the museum based on multi-media technologies has eight galleries showcasing the life and journey of revered Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji. The experience of one God, omniscient, omnipotent, omnipresent and beyond all form and name has been brought Alive in the Digital Museum. The mesmerising never seen before Museum has brought together various technologies like Large Format Display (LFD) screens, Radio Frequency Identified Devices (RFID) headphones, Immersive Sublimotion and a Virtual Reality (VR) experience.