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Address: BratachariGram | Joka, 700104, India
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A treasure trove of indigenous art, culture and ethos

The Gurusaday Museum on Diamond Harbour Road retains the heritage of Bengal. Based on the passionate lifelong collection of a talented and patriotic Civil Servant who served a... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
AsisBandyopadhyay
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Kolkata (Calcutta), India
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The Gurusaday Museum on Diamond Harbour Road retains the heritage of Bengal. Based on the passionate lifelong collection of a talented and patriotic Civil Servant who served a wide part of undivided Bengal, the museum has a huge stock of traditional textile items specially Kantha embroideries, stone, metal and terracotta sculptures, different types of "Pata Chitras", Kalighat paintings, folk music... More 

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Reviewed 22 January 2013

Visitors like me are naturally surprised to find the extremely rich collection of brilliant art works depicting the social traditions of West Bengal in Gurusaday Museum in Kolkata. Located about 15 km from Kolkata proper it was established in 1961 by the then Chief Minister Dr. Bidhan Chandra Ray and was opened as a public gallery in 1963. Highlight of... More 

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