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Sanskriti Kendra Museum, Delhi


Sanskriti Kendra Museum is located at Anandgram on Mehrauli-Gurgaon Road at New Delhi. The museum is a set of three museums called the Museum of Indian terracotta, museum of Everyday Arts and a Textile Museum. The museum complex is spread across eight acres and was founded in the year 1990.

Museum of Terracotta: Present in the museum of terracotta are over 1,500 artifacts made of terracotta, which include various sculptures and statuettes from the tribal regions of India.

Museum of Everyday Art: This museum consists of metal and terracotta artifacts based on the 'story of life'. Here, artisans turn the everyday household objects like kitchen utensils, toys and objects of worship into objects of art.

The Textile Museum: This one is a museum where the unique and the best of Indian textile heritage is on display. All three museums remain open between between 10 am and 5 pm daily and are closed on Mondays.

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