Ananda Bose was not ready to reveal his findings but said that his mission was to make a scientific plan that would help assess the wealth in the vaults. When asked whether the artefacts of historical and archaeological value would be moved to a museum, he said, “That is one of the mandates of the Supreme Court. Assessing the value of these artefacts is tough. How can one put a price on these priceless antiques? In the National Museum, we have the famous Dancing Girl of Mohenjo-Daro. What price can we put on something like this? It’s only when we take some of them for exhibitions abroad, for the sake of insurance, that we put a price tag on them. We have now decided not to take the AA category artefacts out of the museum after one of them got damaged a bit,” informs Ananda Bose, who has consistently attempted to think out-of-the-box, made innovative decisions.
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