Delhi is like a banyan tree; its roots are deep and strong. It nourishes one’s deeds and fetters the Indian traditions and culture. The city has collected a lot of historical art related information. Delhi takes a great intuitive towards culture, art, museums, dance, theater or literary talks; the city has huge cultural options. Delhi has a Big Heart to preserve the Indian culture: check out these pulsating places. Preserving the culture and the art heritages for the era or for the traveler’s is very significant for a country’s future. Indeed, young talents and other cultural experiments are keen to bud in the city’s ground. Cultural activities add vibrant color to the city by hosting prominent artistes from the country and from the globe.
NATIONAL GALLERY OF MODERN ART:
It is INDIA’S one of the premiere art galleries; holds the attractions for travelers and exhibitors. National gallery of modern art was built as the residence for the ruler of Jaipur (ALSO KNOWN AS JAIPUR HOUSE), but in 1954 it was inaugurated as a museum. It has more than 14,000 work collections by Rabindranath Tagore, Nandalal Bose, Amrita Sher-gill, M F Husain, SH RAZA, Tyeb Mehta and many more. The library has a good collection for book lovers and for the students for their respective researches. The museum shop has a large collection of prints, posters, books and so on.
Situated near the Qutub Minar in the outskirts of Delhi, has a pleasant and a peaceful greenery surroundings. The complex is spread across eight acres and it is a perfect place to get schooled in India’s traditional art and crafts. It was established in 1979, by non profitable Sanskrit Foundation with the aim to cultivate an environment for the preservation and development of Indian traditions, culture and craftsmanship. The foundation offers a regular workshops for children, cultural orientation programmed, visit the trip for school and for others.
Largest museum in the Indian history, this museum holds a wide range of work art from prehistoric era to modern works. Numerous paintings, coins, manuscripts, costumes, musical instrument, wooden carvings etc has been preserved under one roof. The idea of this museum was inaugurated in 1955. A Free guided tour twice a day has been offered by the museum for the visitors. Museums portrays a glimpse of the historical Indian culture.
National Rail Museum:
Every child love chook-chook trains and Yes, this is a best place for them. Here, more than 100 real sizes of Indian rails have been exhibited. This museum is spread over 10 acres of land and located in the Chanakyapuri. This unique museum is inaugurated in 1977 with a wide variety of trains like rare steam locomotives, static and working models, antique furniture, historical photographs and related literature. Highly informative place and must visit place. Don’t miss a Toy Train ride and get the most amazing experience.
National Science center:
Science museum is setup for spreading scientific awareness among the students or in general to evoke interest in the field of science. This museum was inaugurated by the Prime Minister PV Narsimha Rao on 9th January 1992. Numerous educational programs and interesting exhibitions has been conducted by the Centre for the students, teachers and for interested people; such programs give additional support to education at school and college level. Information gallery, fun science gallery, emerging technologies gallery, Water: the elixir of life are some galleries of a museum which shows the facts in easy way. Now, no one can hate science anymore! Go and take a practical ride. Enjoy it!
Hats off Delhi!!!