Museums in Delhi

Lately I’ve been visiting a couple of Museums in Delhi. What an irony! People from around the world are coming to take a look at our history and more than 50% of the Delhiites have not yet visited any of the Museum’s. 

So, what are you waiting for my fellow Delhiites? Plan your visit soon.😉

Thought of sharing some pictures from the two Museums I have visited:- (Please excuse the picture quality.😅)

National Museum 

Mughal paintings

Mauryan accessories

Harappan seals

Vase and pots

This was something very interesting. A mirror with no reflection of yours😺

A big Harappan pot

Golden Buddha

The holy relics of Lord buddha



Door leaves (14th century AD)

A very complicated, yet neatly sculpted figure.

Barter system

Paper knives

Annnnnd finally the most fascinating: Harappan skeleton! Can you guess is it a male or a female?


Rail Museum

This place is perfect for all the rail buffs out there!



Railway Museum ✔ 

National Museum ✔ 
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Shonessa❤

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  1. supercalifragilisticexpialidocious March 26, 2017 — 12:02 pm

    Isn’t photography inside museums prohibited? 😉😉
    Nice photos, Ven 🙂🙂
    I visited a rail museum few years ago. My brother and I were running around, climbing on all trains. I even banged my leg pretty bad while climbing one 😂😂

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  2. National museum pics were awesome, specially those pottery and all……..
    Tbh skeleton scared me!!!
    Hope you enjoyed and learnt new things there

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