Thursday, January 31, 2013

Some interesting features of the Sanskriti Museum of Everyday Art Delhi

Sanskriti Museum of Everyday Art Delhi positioned on the outskirts of Delhi and is among landscaped, lush gardens. It is crafted to show a mixture of stunning crafted objects that are used in a person’s day to day life like mirrors, combs, toys, lamps and kitchen utensils. The special feature about the objects that are present here is that all the 20,000 objects created by well known artisans from different parts of the country. The museum is open all day except Monday from Tuesday to Sunday right from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. The objects preserved here are arranged in a lay down of fourteen groups. The arrangement of the group is done by an intention to depict the life cycle of human being that is lived in traditional India. With this toys are used to represent infancy, then objects for a baby and then with objects that are used in the adult life, leading to household duties and vocational phase. So anyone who is interested in knowing about the traditional life that was lived by an Indian man and the objects that were used by men as well as women who used to work in kitchen with objects like nut-crackers, chillums, hookahs and many more. So a place is just the right site to get and observe the Indian life without being to an actual village.

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