India is famous for its museum located all over the country that proves the rich culture of the country.
Hawa Mahal museum
The HAWA MAHAL is situated in Jaipur City which is built by Maharajah Sawai Pratap Singh in 1799, it has a honeycomb structure just like the Palace itself with the windows so made for the easy passage of air throughout the year. Famous all over and it also has thousands of small windows. If you look from outside, from a distance, it looks like a beehive. The Palace is designed in such a way that it’s temperature changes as per the changing seasons.
Calcutta Indian museum
This Indian Museum is ninth oldest museum in the world and it also includes the history and the famous art collection in it, Kolkata is incomplete without the trip to the museum, Calcutta Museum also known as Kolkata panorama, Victoria, Birla Museums, Shahid Minar and Nehru Children Museum.
Jaigarh fort museum
Jaigarh fort is one of the most spectacular forts on the top hill of Rajasthan and the museum is located in its complex, the fort and gives a stunning image of the Rajpuatna and Mughal architecture and the way how was their living lifestyle. It is one of the unique showcases of the Rajasthani Cultures. One can see the royalness of Rajasthan not only in this museum but also in the sands which surround the roads of Rajasthan.
Karnataka government museum
This Museum is Situated in the City of Bangalore, it is the oldest Museum in the country and was established in 1856, it stands there at the Kasturba Marg. This Museum houses sandalwood crafts, Rajasthani embroidery, and antiques from Mohenjodaro and terracotta from Mathura. In fact, the Karnataka Museum not only reflects the Karnataka Culture, but it also has a collection of the various arts from all over the Country.
Maharajah Sawai Singh museum
One of the most elegant Museums in India and has beautiful images of the past. It was constructed in 1959, and then it was known as Jaipur Museum. This museum depicts the gone away era in a contemporary manner, filled with the aura of the Royals. This Museum holds the main attractions for its Royal Bagghis, some very old but retaining the same colour as the past. It’s a journey which can never be forgotten by all those who visit this place.
National archives museum
The National Museum is the largest museum in India located on Janpath, New Delhi. It holds variety of articles ranging from pre-historic era to modern works of art. The impressive building of National Museum is the houses of curious artifacts of the Indus Valley Civilisation and the Mughal era.
Nehru memorial museum
This museum made in the honour of Nehruji, is a reflection of the lifestyle and life of Jawahar Lal Nehru. Just South of Rashtrapati Museum, there stands the Nehru Memorial Museum. Once the residence of the First Indian Prime Minister, now it has been converted into a Museum to keep alive the memories of Pundit Jawahar Lal Nehru. It is also known as Teen Murthi House.
Prince of wales museum
India’s one of the best known Museums is The Prince of Wales Museum Mumbai. The museum has the art, sculpture, old firearms, rare coins and a priceless collection of antiques from pre historic era. The Prince of Wales Museum is renamed as Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya.
State museum of Tripura
This Meseum was established in 1970, in Agartala it’s a multipurpose Museum with four galleries namely the Tribal and cultural gallery, Painting gallery, Photo gallery, Indian Sculpture through all ages. It’s being taken care of by the Directorate of Art and Culture. The charm and the beauty of the nature are so much as it calls every visitor to stay here forever.
Stock palace museum
The beauty of Ladakh can be seen from any other hilly places. The blue sky running up the cliffs of the castle, suddenly turning into a mix of black and grey, the herd of wild buffalo and yak running down the green grassland, the monks moving in a line in dark golden yellow color and the hills clad with snow. It’s all about tankaras, Crowns, Jewels and Royal dresses. It’s just like the royal palaces we have read and heard about in fairy tales. Just step into it and you will find all those lovely characters coming out of it.
Salar Jung Museum Hyderabad
Salar Jung Museum is popular as largest one-man collections Of the World it is situated on the southern bank of the river Musi. The 7 Wonders of Hyderabad include Salar Jung Museum, which has an exquisite collection of priceless articles like Ivory, Marble sculptures It is an art museum with world’s largest collection of artifacts. Salar Jung Museum is among the most important attraction in Hyderabad.
The Calico Museum of Textiles Ahmedabad
The Calico Museum of Textiles stands out for its uniqueness and antiquity of exhibits. This is one of the finest textile museums in the world, Situated in one of the most beautifully, intricately wooden carved Haveli. The Calico Textile Museum is the premier textile museum of the country and is the world’s best museum on textiles.