While in Delhi, it is a most to visit the National museum if you are interested in understanding the great Indian past. The craftsmanship through history, the devotional desire of inmortalizing ideas, etc.
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Had a marvellous time in this extraordinary collection with a cheap canteen style cafe outside. A coffee and samosa kept me going and after 5 hours, I Had managed to see the ground floor - which truth to tell houses the star collections including the...More
It indeed is a hidden gem as it offers plethora of information for a nominal fee of Rs.20. Taking an audio tour is recommended though reading guides are also available near the ticket counter. I spent good 4 hours here. Toilets and drinking water available...More
Good collection on the development of the Sanskrit alphabets, musical instruments. The best part is the exhibitors on the Harappa Valley Civilization. Although small for a National Museum it’s worth the visit. Cafeteria does not work reliably however, so take your own sandwich.
It was a good museum, but definitely lacks many things when its a national museum and maintained by Government. It is very small, compared to the other museums in the country or any other place, the number of galleries were less and you can complete...More
This is a Museum for those interested in Buddhist and Indian Sculptures - if you like this form art then this is the place for you. Some outstanding pieces of work are on display but there is a lot of them. However, there are many...More
Great musuem. When we went the credit card machine would not take our cards and we didn't have enough rupees. had to walk a mile to a government building to use an ATM to get cash. Great walk and saw monkeys on the street. Beautiful...More
The museum is situated on the corner of Janpath. This museum has wide and variety of collection of art works(manuscripts, painting, armors, jewellery etc.) which includes indian as well foreign origin also. Some of them are 5000 years old too.
The Museum houses an outstanding collection of items from India’s history, but some of the luster is removed because of the physical state of the museum. It is in desperate need of an upgrade. That said, it is well worth a visit. This is a...More
It is a travesty to ignore this museum, both for Indians and for those visiting India. The content of this place is solid, with marvelous, awe-inspiring sculptures from every major era of Indian history, starting from the Harappa, Mohenjo Daro civilizations to modern day exhibits,...More