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Sumithran
Navi Mumbai, India798 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
nov. 2022
The building is an old building with the name board hardly visible. But inside, there are some beautiful exhibits about the rulers and archaeological excavations around Nagpur. Some exhibits are dating way back to 3rd to 10th centuries. There are also some beautiful paintings and art on display. A must place to visit in Nagpur.
Skrevet 13. november 2022
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P M V
Nagpur, India3 884 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
feb. 2020
Central Museum Nagpur had opened after major makeover almost a year back. There was a even a write up in the Hitavada praising it in its new avatar. That was almost a year back. We had read it and forgotten about it.
Some time back our son with his family had visited us. Jayati, our daughter-in-law had visited it. Had Liked it. She presented us with a very nice coffee mug with photo of Shivakalin painting. To a question, where she got it. I was told that we were going all over the world but had not visited a worth visiting places in our own backyard.
Fact is we HAD gone there not once but three times over a period of six months, very long time back. Every time we were told it was under renovation. No one knew when renovation work would be completed. So we just forgot about it.
Truth is generally bitter and though made in jest so was Jayati’s jibe.
To make amends we did go and see Central Museum Nagpur yesterday.
While going around noticed that during renovation it was very thoughtful of the planners to provide ramps connecting passages between different level corridors to make it friendly for differently able persons..
Located in one of the huge sprawling heritage building of British Colonial era. It is single storied building with many corridors spread out over vast area. It has two nicely maintained open lawns surrounded by these corridors. Lager stone statues of historical value are displayed here.
Very vast and interesting collection. We spent almost 2 hours going around the museum. Every minute was enjoyable and educative. Definitely worth a visit.
However signs of neglect in maintenance are now visible.
Matter of fact description and guide to museum follows.
Very reasonable entry fee of Rs 10/- is charged.
Photography WITHOUT flash is permitted. For this entry has to be made in register at entry counter.
Pamphlets in Marathi and English are available on demand. These are not displayed in open.
Every effort has been made to make the museum as visitor friendly as possible. Indeed a praiseworthy effort.
All the display cabinets throughout the museum in all the nine galleries are very well sign posted giving information about the specimen on display. In addition every cabinet has QR code displayed. Scanning QR code also gives information about specimen in that display.
There is an interactive monitor in front of lot of cabinets which displays information in Marathi or English about specimen in display. Unfortunately almost every display was hung-up at some stage of its operation. Visiting public and the museum people are equally responsible for this unfortunate state.
Museum has nine different categories. Each of the nine galleries has different category of specimen on display. Each gallery has its own corridor. Name of the category is displayed at the on the door at entry to corridors.
The displays are illuminated. Signs of neglect have become evident as quite a few bulbs are either not working or not fully lit up . Lighting of displays needs improvement. I felt that lighting if done from bottom upwards will prevent reflecting lighting spoiling a photo.
Nine galleries are
1. Natural History Gallery. :- Specimens of Fossils and minerals collected from central India on display. Very interesting. Skull bone of elephant, White translucent rock crystals, petrified tree fossils are particularly of interest.
2. Nagpur Heritage Gallery. :- As name indicates specimen of heritage value in Nagpur on display.
3. Mammals Avian and Reptiles :- Taxidermies specimens on display. A large map of India shows habitat areas where the avian specimen are found. Some of the specimen are so old that they are shedding skin and body feathers. Either something should be done about it are they be removed from display.
4. Art and Craft Gallery. . Art and craft related specimen. Some very beautiful objects in Brass, and ivory are on display.
5. Stone Sculpture Gallery.:- Displays pride collections of numerous stone sculptures of various periods from ancient times till 18th century AD. Some very beautiful sculptures and statues. Do not miss out on wonderful statues displayed around the lawns. Large stone slabs with very lengthy inscription in ancient Indian script are very interesting as even the translation is also displayed on a board alongside. As these shed light on the history of that time .
6. Arms and Weapons. Arms and weapons used in ancient warfare mainly from Mogul and British period are on display . very interesting.
7. Archeological Gallery :- Stone age and brass / copper age tools make for very fascinating collection on display. Coins of earlier era are on display. They were surprisingly small in size.
8. Tribal Art Gallery :- objects of daily life of Gond and Bhil tribe are on display . Interesting to know a bit about life of these tribal’s.
9. Painting Gallery :- Unfortunately it was closed so we could not see it. Sadly missed out on some beautiful paintings.
A souvenir shop is also attached to the Museum. Beautifully printed coffee mugs. Water bottles, gift and decorative articles are on display and sale at this shop. Beautifully mounted reproductions of paintings on display in the museum are also on sale. These make for good gift articles
Once again worth a visit.
Skrevet 27. februar 2020
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sid_149
Mumbai (Bombay), India195 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
des. 2018 • Alene
The central Museum in Nagpur is an old museum which gives insight into the history of Nagpur and worth visiting
Skrevet 28. februar 2019
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lovetravelonly
Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum), India451 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
des. 2017 • Familie
It has a very rare collection of artefacts, antiquities, coins etc. This Musuem is very old and has been established during the British rule in India. Very well maintained, and must watch with children.
Skrevet 31. mars 2018
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Enrique
Pune, India813 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
apr. 2017 • Alene
Visit this museum to get a one or two hour synopsis of Nagpur area history and archeology. If you are an archeology buff and are spending some time in Nagpur then this would be the place to plan the rest of your site visits.

The cab driver said the building was not open to the public, but my insistence on going there anyway was rewarded! If you're coming from the Zero Mile side it's about 5 minutes and comes up on the right. It's a low colonial style building in red and white. Enter the gate and there is parking inside. Tickets are sub Rs 5!

This is a great local museum. The exhibits are decently categorised and labelled. The sculpture gallery has some exquisite artifacts. The natural history section is a remnant from the British Raj. The painting gallery has priceless art including ... hold your breath ... a Gaitonde. Don't worry, there's no crowd in front of it. It's in a hot gallery with a loud exhaust circulating the air. No controlled lighting or air conditioning here!

There's a small grass courtyard with large sculptures and friezes. It's mainly used by local students as a place where they can study undisturbed. In the far right corner is a depiction of the ritual mating of a woman and a bull. The restaurant is also near there, and you can have something hot or cold depending on the season.

I gave it three stars for the below average maintenance of the paintings. The artifacts and fossils could otherwise hold their own in any museum. A great collection put together and maintained probably on meager resources. See it while it lasts!
Skrevet 25. desember 2017
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tas_16_98
Hyderabad, India30 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
sep. 2017 • Forretning
I was very impressed by this small but extremely well maintained museum. Firstly, it is quite centrally located. It is housed in a really old building with high ceilings. I was very impressed by how well maintained the museum is and how clean it was. Entry was only Rs. 5. Exhibits included: natural history, art, textiles, wildlife, statues dating back hundreds of years. Certainly worth a visit.
Skrevet 12. september 2017
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FM62
Torino, Italia308 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
aug. 2017 • Venner
Interessante museo che abbraccia diversi periodi storici, da reperti preistorici, a armature del periodo medievale, sono presenti numerose sculture in pietra induiste e buddiste, oggetti del periodo del dominio inglese fino a quadro dei giorni nostri. È uno spaccato della storia della Regione del Maharashtra. La visita dura un'oretta
Skrevet 23. august 2017
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nileshilpa2000
Mumbai (Bombay), India124 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
nov. 2016 • Familie
oldest museum in Nagpur with an extensive collection of archaeological artifacts, handicrafts and articles of day-to-day use from ancient time
Skrevet 2. desember 2016
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supratim s
Nagpur, India3 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
okt. 2016 • Venner
I have been visiting various parts of the country for the last 2 decades and have never missed a chance to visit museums of all the major places in India.It was an irony that I never visited the museum of the city I reside in.I along with my family members decided to visit the Nagpur Central museum on 28th Oct 2016 and I am happy I made the decision.The museum turned out to be better than what I expected it to be and offered us a decent collection of various things that a museum is associated with.Yes it is not as big as a Salar Jung museum but even after that I was impressed with the variety this museum had to offer.From weapon section to animals,reptiles,birds section to collections related to tribals in and around Nagpur,this museum had many more things to offer.It also has an art gallery which may come as a bonus to many.Overall an enthusiastic visitor will surely require 2-21/2 hours to give this museum the attention it deserves.Entry fee is 5 rs and there is also free parking where I could easily park my car.Overall a must visit for anyone who comes to Nagpur.Cheers!
Skrevet 29. oktober 2016
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smandal2858
Nagpur, India626 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
aug. 2016 • Familie
Central Museum located within 2 KM of Nagpur Railway Station.It is behind the Bharatiya Vidya School Civil lines. It is open all days except Monday. Ticket is Rs 5 for adults and Rs 3 for children. The museum is only museum in central india. You can find birds,animals taxidermy here. There is also find old stone edict here.There is also a painting section here.You also find dinosaur fossil here. It is good to see the museum. It should take 4 to 5 hours to complete the visit
Skrevet 23. september 2016
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