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Sanskriti Museum of Everyday Art

Mehrauli-Gurgaon Rd, New Delhi 110002, India
+91 11 2650 1796
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Textiles, pottery and sculpture are beautifully presented in this under-visited gem.
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
Mehrauli-Gurgaon Rd, New Delhi 110002, India
+91 11 2650 1796
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Reviewed 11 August 2017

Perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city , this place is like an oasis: lush greenery , vibrant artwork, soothing Terracota displays , carved windows or what could be 'Jharonkas' and some vintage textiles to feast your eyes on. A huge Banyan...More

Thank blugras190
Reviewed 9 December 2016

One of the best place to visit for art lovers. The place is calm and serene. The Founder is Mr. O.P. Jain who is a gentleman. If you tell them in advance they may arrange lunch for you as well.

1  Thank Veer2468
Reviewed 28 November 2016

Hidden from the hustle bustle of the city, yet located just off the highway and minute away from the metro station, this place is a gem sited within the woods! It has 3 museums with artifacts from all over the country and amazing open spaces...More

Reviewed 28 February 2016

One of the nice place to visit specially for art lovers. Often less crowded & well maintained, this place is hidden gem.

Thank Shilpamittal
Reviewed 25 February 2016 via mobile

The Sanskriti Museum of every day Art was established in 1993 .There are three museums the Museum of every day Art , the India Museum of Indian textiles and the museum of Indian terracotta. If visiting New Delhi then this museum is definitely a must...More

4  Thank Ellemay
Reviewed 16 February 2016

This place is rarely known even by locals, perhaps being out of the crowds keeps is well maintained and superclean. I recommend for morning lazy walks.

3  Thank Jose H
Reviewed 24 September 2015

Are a set of three museums housed with in the Sanskrit kendra complex ,founded in 1990, the complex is an educational centre and a cultural centre that offers deep historical and socio cultural information about India.This everyday art where artists turn functional,everyday object like spoons...More

Reviewed 13 August 2015

The Museum is a distance from the city center but is definitely worth a visit. The Collection is well researched and the space is best seen during daytime. Be prepared to enjoy a hearty meal with enriching conversations.

1  Thank jyotikakarve
Reviewed 12 April 2015

Not many people know this place. This is a quite place which have some beautiful art pieces. Its good for those who relish art relics. Its not widespread but I would say visit here will be short and crisp. Must go if you are an...More

Reviewed 23 September 2014

This beautiful 8 acres Sanskriti Museum complex is located quite close to my complex on the Delhi-Gurgaon Road. It has the other two museums-Terracotta & Textiles apart from this one in this complex run by OP Jain.Here the artisans turn every day household objects in...More

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