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IGRMS is a gorgeous place to visit for people interested in the culture of India, tribes and ancient Indian history. It has entire galleries devoted to Indian tribes and their culture, along with a few very realistic models of the houses they live in. The...More
This is a huge museum depicting India's different cultures and people.
Each and every artefact is properly explained and the huge house structures created are fascinating.
Minimum 2 -3 hours required to visit and recommended to have a vehicle.
Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya is all in one museum. One can see here from science and technology to evolution of man; Cultures of different regions of India to to masks, houses and kitchens of India. Different programs are regularly held at this museum. It...More
The Indra Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya is a very unique museum spread over an area of 200 Acres. The museum focuses on anthropology with reference to origin of mankind and the tribal culture.One needs at least 2-3 hours of visiting time to do justice to...More
Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya also called National Museum of Humankind or Museum of Man is an anthropology museum which is accessible from the Lake View Road as also from the side of Demonstration School in Bhopal. I visited it with some colleagues recently and...More
This place is knowledge,culture plus entertainment.This is one place you require whole day to visit.Built on the hills.It gives glimpses of different cultures of the country.House of naga tribe to a kerala boat house.You will love this place if like to know more about our...More
The place is rich if you have an appetite to learn about Indian cultures and traditions, especially the rural areas of India. It is not a museum per se, but a field of different traditions on display. I would advise to take half a day...More