Obviously there's space to improve in Crafts Museum,such us renovation of the village buildings exhibited, touch-up of the details.... as it seems not completely finished according to the staff there. Still, I love this museum. The textile/ritual items collection, murals, store, cafe, AV room with a beautiful documentary on India handicraft art.....Also the special Ajrakh (block printing+dying) exhibition tells a wonderful story too. Wish the Indian government could have more funding for this museum, to upgrade it's whole presentation, to improve it. It's a pity this place isn't getting more attention and it should be advertised....
It's free of charge. Not commercial. Truly authentic collections for indian folk art lovers. We spend 1.5-2hr to look through the exhibitions quickly. The outdoor cafe at back is pretty cute too. We were so glad we checked it out from tripadvisor about this place, and it's definitely worth the visit! Personally I like it better than other touristic sight-seeing places in New Delhi.
It's located inside the Pragati Maidam exhibition park.
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