Tuesday, 5 August 2014

Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya

The National Museum of Mankind 

Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya also called as The National Museum of Mankind, is spread across an area of 200 acres. The museum is divided into two parts : One is open-air anthropology museum, while the second is a gorgeous building.Open sky museum has a collection of pre-historic painted rock shelters, traditional technology used in the earlier days, a trail based on the mythological beliefs of Indian tribes, and sacred groves while In-door museum display a collection of tribal costumes, arts and crafts, agricultural and household implements, and other objects. Museum depicts Asia's tribal variations. This place is the only tribal habitat in the world, exhibiting contemporary tribal cultures and actual-size dwellings of typical tribal villages of Indian states.It conducts exhibition of artifacts, performance of tribal and folk arts to preserve the diversity of Indian culture.

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