Housing over 200,000 artifacts ranging from pre-historic time to the modern age, the National Museum is the most iconic museum in India. Renowned for being the epitome of national identity, the museum exhibits some sophisticated figurines of 5000 years old Harappan civilization. Including the remarkable Dancing Girl, miniature paintings, exquisite jewelries, and interlude musical instruments, the National Museum is full of astonishing treasures to explore.
Founded in 1814, Indian Museum of Kolkata accolades for being the oldest and biggest multipurpose museum found across the entire Asia-Pacific region. Extensive exhibiting across its spacious galleries comprises fabulous artifacts staging fulgent amalgam of scientific and cultural importance. Be it’s a collection of Egyptian mummies, relics from ancient civilizations or skeletons of prehistoric animals, all offer a thrilling experience to the visitors.
A visit to Gujarat’s Calico Museum of Textile offers an excellent opportunity to appreciate world’s rarest accumulation of exquisite Indian textiles, all housed in a wooden-craved alluring Haveli. Exhibiting some amazingly pleasing pieces, this museum displays an enticing galore of handmade textiles where some depict 500 years old tradition. For textile lovers, it’s no less than a paradise to explore.
Udaipur, which accolades for being the beautiful city of lakes, invites heritage enthusiasts to rejoice amazing facets of royal Indian heritage. Displaying a varied collection of pleasing Mewar artifacts, City Palace Museum houses impressively beautiful Crystal Gallery where everything is made from precious crystals, be it’s the Chandeliers or furniture. Moreover, there’s also a classic collection of vintage cars belonged to the Maharanas of Mewar.