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Orissa should be very proud of this superbly curated and displayed museum, which truly deserves inclusion in any discussion of the world’s finest ethnographic museums.
This is an excellent museum - beautifully laid out, well displayed and with the added bonus of room attendants who are knowledgeable and very willing to answer any questions and talk about the exhibits more fully.
Odisha State Museum Bhubaneswar
One of the best Museums
The oldest museum in Bhubaneswar it contains relics of the unique arts Odisha is famous for (paintings, handicrafts, sculptures, handloom products, paper mache etc) from ancient times apart from objects from impor...
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Amazing museum of its kind where they have shown different kind marine related voyages and types of development in marine industry and specially the connection of india odisa and bali indonesia is something differ...
The Maritime museum shows the old Odisha, the unique ship building design (Boita), the history of Odiya sailors and business spread.
2) The museum houses photographs, charts, household items from the Bose household which tell us the story of Netaji's parents, his birth, education and his political journey in India and abroad.
Museum showcases every aspect of Netaji from birth in 1897 till 1941.
The Regional Museum of Natural History, Bhubaneswar is a museum in Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India with exhibits on plants, animals and geology of the eastern region of India.
Beginning from the culture and living to all the animal and Wild life affairs, it is the best and largest regional museum in Odisha.
ASI Museum Konark
The museum is very tastefully done up, and shows the passion and interest of ASI in maintaining India's historical monuments.
The visit to the Sun Temple coupled with the museum visit completes the information cycle and we would recommend this.
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Museum display the statute find during excavation also provide information of statuses.
Its a wonderful Museum to visit.
Tribal Museum Koraput
The museum has on display a collection of stone sculptures, metal images and objects, terracotta, wooden objects, paintings, documents, rare objects and textiles among other things.
Not a huge museum, but whilst the exhibits are getting a bit dated, the variety from the large number of tribal around the koraput district make the visit well worth while.