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#6 of 36 Places To Visit in Gurugram
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address
2009, Urban Estate, Opposite Arya Samaj Mandir, Sector 4, Gurgaon, Haryana 122001, India
contact
+91-124-2321783
timings
All days of the week
10:00 AM - 12:30 PM (Summer)
2:30 PM - 5:30 PM (Winter)
Closed on Government holidays
visit duration
2 to 3 hours

about museum of folk and tribal art

India is a country of many traditions and cultures and many of these cultures are still preserved in its purest form in the folk and tribal art and heritage. Museum of Folk and Tribal Art is one of those few places where you can explore and learn more about such arts. Founded by multi-talented historian, sculptor and painter K.C. Aryan, this museum is truly an amazing place that should be visited by all.

From masks of South India and Himachal Pradesh, paintings from Rajasthan, Punjab and Bihar to stone carvings from Kangra and Uttar Pradesh, this museum has a number of collections. Apart from all these, you will also see wooden carvings, earthen wares and terracotta figures on display here. The folk and tribal jewelleries are other collections for which the museum is famous. Also, have a look at the Lord Hanuman collection before you leave the museum. You will surely be impressed by the number of artifacts on display.

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1 Museum of Folk And Tribal Art review
Paul Bana
Paul Bana
A great collection of tribal artefacts
Nov 02 2014
plan to spend at least 1.5 hours. The son of the originator of the collection is your guide. They also sell the books about the tribal art 1000-3000Rs. Mind - the address isn't easy to locate. Landmarks - Near Arya Samaj temple, Ambedkar Bhavan, sec ...... read more
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