National  Museum in Delhi

 

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National Museum displays objects of the Mughal period, such as manuscripts and Firman, showing ine the art of calligraphy, paintings, textiles and costumes. National Museum Janpath is located south of Rajpath includes an extraordinary collection of bronzes, terracotta sculptures, paintings and costumes, which give a complete overview of Indian history and lifestyle. The collection includes rare coins and pottery from the Mauryan period, from second to third century BC, the period of exhibitions Vijayanagar in South India, small paintings and walls, and customs of different tribes. It also has the largest collection of artifacts postponement of the Indus civilization. The museum is well worth a visit. The museum has a wide range of aspects of ancient Indian history, and also in Central Asia.

 

Collections


 It has a rich collection of artefacts from many of the sites of the Harappan civilization. The collection includes pottery, seals, tablets, weights and measures, jewelry, terracotta figurines, toys, etc. It also has copper tools from Harappan sites like axes, chisels, knives, etc. of 3800 objects have been exhibited in the Gallery Harappa modernization of the National Museum collection.

 

Archaeology

 

 

A prestigious collection of 700 sculptures have been exhibited in the archaeological monuments on the ground floor of the rotunda on the first floor and the second around the earth and sculptures of the museum squares displayed are mostly stone, bronze and terra cooked. National Museum, New Delhi, today, has in its possession over 2,00,000 works of art, both Indian and foreign origin covering more than 5,000 years of our heritage. Its rich variety of traditional and creative disciplines, representing unity in diversity, a unique blend of perspective, past and present and strong for the future, brings history to life. Further collections of prehistoric archeology, archeology, jewelry, paintings, decorative arts, manuscripts, Hindi, public relations, education, library, the exposure cell, display, modeling, rights, safety and administration. 

 

Arts Collections

 

It has a rich collection of artefacts from many of the sites of the Harappan civilization. The collection includes pottery, seals, tablets, weights and measures, jewelry, terracotta figurines, toys, etc. It also has copper tools from Harappan sites like axes, chisels, knives, etc. of 3800 objects have been exhibited in the Gallery Harappa modernization of the National Museum collection. In the gallery, 26 large companies are well-lit clear glass on the display shows the amazing evolutionary history of various Indian Brahmi scripts and parts.