A Trip to National Museum New Delhi

We were visiting National Museum in New Delhi and clicked few awesome pictures there.

Statues made of sand and soil, later baked in furnaces : Handmade statues from 18th century

ImageA fine depiction of Madhubani art using limestone powder and chalkImage

Extremely fine depiction of Madhubani paintings: A hut shows popular mixed media paintings from 18th ce

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This is how civilized people in 18th century started storing their fuel. These are discs made of cow and buffalo dung, dried under the sun, stored for future use during rainy season. The outer wall of each storage tells the story of fine arts existed in 17th – 18th century.Image

Storage and cooking pots made of metals like iron, brass and copper : The civilized human was socializing  and families loved to cook food together.Image

These are the bullock carts from various places in India : People invented their own design according to their convenience and usefulness of the cart.ImageA bullock cart from the 19th century : The design is still popular among villagers to carry stuff and people from one place to another. Shade to protect themselves from the sun.

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