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India is famous for its museum that proves the rich culture of the country. Museums of India are best to explore the people, culture, beliefs, and history of ancient India. Indian tour can’t be completed without its museums, museums of India are an archive of India’s history and government and archaeology. Museums are the treasure house of ancient documents, there are so many unique museums in India, I am on my way to explore them and will present in front of you very soon. Some of the unique museum in India are Museum of toilets,Bigfoot Cross,oil museum,Rail musuem and India’s first electricity museum etc.

National Museum Delhi: National Museum is located on Janpath, New Delhi. The National Museum is the largest museum in India. It holds variety of articles ranging from pre-historic era to modern works of art. The impressive building of National Museum is the houses of curious artifacts of the Indus Valley Civilisation and the Mughal era. Some of the Museum in Delhi are National Rail Museum, Museum of Natural History, Nehru Museum & Planetorium,air force museum and Gandhi Darshan. National Rail Museum is one of the interesting places in Delhi to know Indian train models and luxury coaches that were once used by great maharajas.The Prince of Wales Museum Mumbai: India’s one of the best-known Museums is The Prince of Wales Museum Mumbai. The Prince of Wales Museum is renamed as Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya. The museum has the art, sculpture, old firearms, rare coins and a priceless collection of antiques from pre historic era. Mumbai has several more museums that depict the rich art and culture in its periphery. Some of the best museums in mumbai are Jehangir Art Gallery and INS Vikrant. Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Earlier known as Victoria & Albert Museum is the oldest museum in Mumbai.Indian Museum Calcutta: The Indian Museum is one of the most famous museums in India and The ninth oldest regular museum of the world. The Great museum included history of the building and details of art collection. Kolkata is a land of Museums. There are about seven museums in the city. It is not only famous for treasure house of monuments, Bridges & holy places but also for its museums. Kolkata is incomplete without a trip to its museums, best museum in kolkata are Calcutta Museum also known as Kolkata panorama, Victoria, Birla Museums, Shahid Minar and Nehru Children Museum. One of the famous monuments in Kolkata is Nehru Children Museum.Salar Jung Museum Hyderabad: The 7 Wonders of Hyderabad include Salar Jung Museum,which has an exquisite collection of priceless articles like Ivory, Marble sculptures. Salar Jung Museum is popular as largest one-man collections Of the World, it is situated on the southern bank of the river Musi. It is an art museum with world’s largest collection of artifacts. Salar Jung Museum is among the most important attraction in Hyderabad.The Calico Museum of Textiles Ahmedabad: The Calico Museum of Textiles stands out for its uniqueness and antiquity of exhibits. This is one of the finest textile museums in the world, Situated in one of the most beautifully, intricately wooden-carved Haveli. The Calico Textile Museum is the premier textile museum of the country and is the world’s best museum on textiles. Some of more Ahmedabad Attractions are Gandhi Ashram, Sidi Bashir Mosque and Hathee Singh Jain Temple.

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    Hello Namaste,

    The Thakar Adivasi Kala Angan respectfully addresses you the present
    letter in order to inform you about the available cultural programs of
    our tribal culture. The ancient village of Pinguli in the Konkan region
    of Maharashtra has been home for nearly five hundred years of a wide
    variety of ritual performance arts. Due to the lack of support and the
    pressures of modernity in the region these invaluable heritage is in
    risk of disappearance. With the purpose of preserving the Adivasi
    artistic heritage our trust, led by Shri Parshuram Vishram Gangavane,
    has been working for more than thirty five years performing the
    traditional arts across India; and most recently with the opening of a
    Thakar Adivasi museum (May 2006) as well as a training program in the
    art of Chitrakathi paintings.
    Our group is currently able to perform the following traditional Thakar arts:

    -Kalsutri Bahulya: This
    folkloric form of string marionette theatre is accompanied by a local
    orchestra consisting of dholak, zanj, tuntune and singing. The
    marionettes’ heads and hands are carved in wood while the rest of the
    body is adorned with colorful clothes. The marionettes are manipulated
    from behind the stage by a single puppeteer who is also in charge of
    giving voice to the characters. The stories which are presented are
    taken from the epic of the Ramayana and Mahabharata.

    -Dayti: The dayti is
    the Thakar Adivasi form of the shadow puppet theatre. The characters
    are built using goat skin and the characteristic style of the Pinguli
    painting school. As in the above mentioned art form, the stories are
    drawn from Ramayana and Mahabharata. The movements of the puppets,
    illuminated from behind the screen with an oil lamp, are accompanied by
    traditional music and the use of a shell to mark the entrance of the
    important characters.

    -Chitrakathi:
    This is one of the few storytelling traditions alive in Maharashtra.
    With the help of paintings showing scenes of the ancient epics,
    the sutradhar unfolds the tale supported by the music of the vina, the
    taal and the huduk. It is in this type of performance that the stories
    of the Nandipuran are told showing the particular syncretism of Shiva
    and Vishnu religious paths.

    Another eight
    ritual arts are present in our village including radha nrutya, the
    fugdya folk dance of the women, the pangul bael with the sacred bull and
    the potraja where the dancer burns himself to take the evil away. We
    have also shows which take on social issues as AIDS awareness and global
    warming.

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    Chetan Parshuram Gangavane

    Thakar Adivasi Kala Aangan (Museum & Art Gallery)

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    Tal- Kudal, Dist -Sindhudurg, Maharashtra, 416528