The National Museum is the largest museum in India, and the exhibition area here can also understand some cultural and religious characteristics of India. It is a complex country with a large population and area and cultural differences are also very obvious.
The museum collection is great. They have thousands of items from across the subcontinent. If you want to see Indian art and other things from the past four thousand years, you have to come here. Some objects are real signs, such as Harlequin Dance Girl. Some collections, like Mogar miniature, they were amazing. But it could be better. Too many monitors were obviously worn out and in urgent need of renovation. Maybe just didn’t have electricity when we visited. The audio guide was excellent and the cafe was adequate.
The National Museum of India in New Delhi is also a very important place to visit here. The space and environment of the entire museum are also very good. Many facilities and facilities here have a long history. The National Museum can also see a lot of interesting little things.
Wonderful and awesome museum in Delhi which give a real time feel and experience of our grand heritage and our great history .This is the place where we can experience our culture through our historic art, craft, handicrafts, and very valuable historic and prehistoric artifacts which are of immense value. Specifically for young kids and enthusiasts and each and every school.Great experience. 👍
Also known as the National Museum of India, the National Museum in New Delhi is one the largest museums in India, situated on the corner of the Janpath and Maulana Azad Road. Established in 1949, the blueprints of the majestic repository were prepared by the Gwyer Committee set up by the Government of India in 1946.
The museum takes at least half a day to visit to complete, there are some museums, such as textile pavilions, facilities are very old. But the storage place is a bit rudimentary, the National Museum of New Delhi can take the Delhi Metro to Rajiv chowk station, about five minutes walk. The National Museum charges a fee, foreigners are 250 rupees a person, and if you bring your camera in, there is an additional fee for taking pictures. The first door to the museum is to do a simple security check. The security guards will tell you to store the bag when you see you carrying it. Follow the instructions to go to the storage place for free. But the storage place is a bit rudimentary. Go in the second door to do the second security check, the men and women are separated, and you can buy tickets after entering. The museum has three floors, most of them are some sculptures, and perhaps the most impressive is a sherizi inside. The museum takes at least half a day to visit to complete, there are some museums, such as textile pavilions, facilities are very old.
I spent the whole day in this museum. There are three impressive points: 1. The description of the history of British colonization is very different from what I imagined. 2. The large number of Buddhas is breathtaking. 3. No cameras are allowed to take pictures, and you have to pay for the camera if you want to take pictures.
Janpath, Rajpath Road Area, Central Secretariat, New Delhi, Delhi 110011
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