Travel Into A Whole New World Of Cars – Sudha Cars Museum Hyderabad

Passion for cars could still be a part of each kid. To look at this technological wonder covering up the streets, taking you everywhere, you want to go and also to come home with all the luxury you would dream of is wonderful. What more is prettier is when you look at how cars that were just a means of private travel have evolved through years to become a luxury and also cherish the variety of automotive artistic pieces from across the globe. So we, the automobile freak boys, went to Sudha Cars museum.

Sudha Cars Museum Hyderabad

Sudha Cars Museum Hyderabad | Image Resource : ixigo.com

Sudha Cars Museum, Hyderabad was built with the vision of having a place that is just as special for cars as it is to humans. Cars and bikes are all that is around, and one can have all they want of bikes and cars here. The range of sizes and colors and varieties and models and more in this place is an endless paradise for automotive lovers. The theme although revolves around custom and vintage classics. You get to see the very beauty of what these cars reflect their times.

Sudha Cars Museum

Sudha Cars Museum | Image Resource : hoparoundindia.com

The museum has also received the pride of being the first ever handmade car museum in the world and has never failed to attract hundreds of people to fall in love each day. You can walk past the cars and see how gracefully they have turned to become a master memory of the age here. Also, most of the parts here have been taken from scrap.

From beach buggies to old pieces of bicycles, this place is a marvelous tour around. This handmade automobile workpiece was founded by Mr. K. Sudhakar, who has taken place in the Guinness Book of World Records for making the largest Tricycle in the world. This is one of the most innovative creations showcasing the beauty of technology in today`s world.

Cars Museum Hyderabad

Cars Museum Hyderabad | Image Resource : ixigo.com

Some of the coolest and craziest cars designs have taken place in this wonderful museum. This place is open to visit on all days of the week and will take around 3 hours to enjoy and cherish every car here. The place is open for visitors from 9:30 in the morning to 6 pm in the night. This tour made us fall in love with vintage all over again!

Kiran Nadar Museum of Art – The First Private Art Museum Revered by Anyone

It was a first time experience. I had never visited a private art museum before. The contrasting thing about Kiran Nadar Museum of Art (KNMA) is that it is located inside DLF South Court Mall. KNMA was founded by Kiran Nadar, a philanthropist and an Indian art collector, wife of Shiv Nadar who is the founder of HCL Technologies.

It was opened to public in the month of January 2010. It is the first private museum of art exhibiting contemporary and modern works from the Indian subcontinent. It’s a not-for-profit and non-commercial organization. There collection is more focused on contemporary and modern Indian art.

Kiran Nadar Museum of Art

Kiran Nadar Museum of Art | Image Resource: buzzintown.com

KNMA plays a very important role as a participant in the cultural and modern life in the city. It promotes the use of its collection for exhibition, education and research and public programs. It brings into the picture a wonderful generation of Indian painters of the 20th century. It also engages the different art practice of the younger and modern generations. The museum is spread over an area of 18,000 square feet.

When I entered the museum, I saw a huge tree made of stainless steel. I kept gazing at the massive shining structure. As I went closer, I saw that the tree like structure was made up of utensils. A tree made of all types of utensils except one. I could not find a pressure cooker. It immediately reminded me of Rajnikanth in the movie Robot, where he becomes a magnet and attracts metals.

The Metal Tree at Enterance Kiran Nadar Museum of Art

The Metal Tree at Enterance Kiran Nadar Museum of Art | Image Resource: theyoungbigmouth.com

I also saw a figure that looked like a dragon and was made out of homeopathic bottles and feathers. The museum has different chambers for different sets of art pieces. I saw the artworks of famous Indian and sub continental artists like Anish Kapoor, Shahzia Sikander, S.H. Raza, Rashid Rana and Subodh Gupta.

I really loved visiting the museum. The sculptures, paintings and the installations were very nicely done. The collections were truly impressive. However I could not take Photographs as it was not allowed, yet it was a great day gone by. I returned to my hotel room around 8 pm and extended my stay as I really wanted to visit more and more places. Delhi is a superb destination to tour; you just can’t do it in two or three days.

Photo of the Week : Rail Museum New Delhi

Rail Museum New Delhi

Rail Museum New Delhi | Image Resource: wikimedia.org

Rail Museum New Delhi: I went to check out the National Rail museum in New Delhi. This place exhibits the oldest trains that represent the history of Indian railways. If you have kids then you must definitely take them to this rail museum. This is a perfect place for kids. I had a wonderful time hanging out here.

Photo of the Week : Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Museum Delhi

Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Museum Delhi

Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Museum Delhi | Image Resource: transed2012.in

Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Museum Delhi: Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial museum in Delhi is an interesting place. It is a must visit for art and history lovers. Thus, Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial museum has some really amazing collection of antiquities and various exhibits with great historic importance. We had an interesting time, it is worth visiting at least once.

A Visit at The Fabulous Patna Museum

On the next day of our visit to Patna, we were excited to explore more places and were searching at internet as to which site to visit today. While surfing on the net, we came across the Patna Museum. We were always attracted towards the museums as they are loaded with the historical arrtifects. So, we unanimously decided to visit the Patna Museum.

Full View Of Patna Museum

Full View Of Patna Museum | Image Resource : en.wikipedia.org/

We quickly gobbled on our breakfast and called the cab. Soon, we were in front of the great Patna Museum. Patna Museum is also popularly called as ‘Jadu Ghar’. The museum is amongst the very well preserved museums of our country. Situated in the centre of the city, the museum efficiently connects the magnificent past with today’s modern age.

The building of the museum had a beautiful architecture, which was established in the year 1917.It was founded by Sir Edward Gait, Lieutenant Governor of Bihar and Odisha, and therefore, his bust is installed inside the museum, close to the entrance.

The building was bordered by beautiful garden that was showing off its lush greenery and colorful flowers. We noticed a number of statues in the campus.

LI in Patna Museum

LI in Patna Museum | Image Resource : shru.blogspot.com

We entered the place, to enrich ourselves with the ancient world and its significance. We were amazed to see the vast collection of artifacts that the museum beholds referring to the reign of the Maurya, Gupta, Sunga, Mughals and Britishers. The museum is also known to hold certain collection that is unmatched anywhere.

The museum boasts of a collection exceeding 45,000 exhibits, and of them, only a fraction are displayed because of scarcity of sufficient space. One of the rarest possessions of the museum is the Relic casket that contains the mortal remains of Lord Buddha.

Patna Museum Original Cannon

Patna Museum Original Cannon | Image Resource : bhomsh.blogspot.com/

The collection that is admired the most is the However the ‘Didarganj Yakshi’, which is a statue belonging to 3rd Century BC. At one corner, a brick made sculpture of Lord Buddha and the Stupas, called as the Satabdi Smarak is sited.

We also enjoyed the refreshments at the cafeteria named as Sangrahalaya Viharmanaged that is managed by the Bihar State Tourism Development Corporation and bought a souvenir from the shop administered by HHEC (Ministry of Textile). We thoroughly enjoyed the displays on the two floors of the museum, with each floor  themed with various Galleries to exhibits the artifacts in an appropriate way