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As a museum, it is well maintained. Have several things on exhibition. I did not find them interesting because I have little interest in tribal arts but in case someone has an interest in it, they will enjoy
This has a lovely collection of art and artefacts from MP, including bastar art. Would take an hour to go over leisurely. If you have time only for one museum visit, I would recommend this over the archoelogical museum, as you would have already visited...More
The museum gives a glimpse of local life of tribals, their homes, their artefacts and their everyday living. Although the museum have moved lot of it's inventory to Bhopal Museum, I had visited this museum seven years back, it was much full then.
Out of town so need rickshaw to get there but it is WELL WORTH the money and effort. This is a really SUPER museum; beautifully laid out, with bright walls and lighting, and the artifacts are well presented and CLEAN - a joy really.
Right from the squarish garden surrounding the building, to the admittedly stunning & exquisite artwork on display, Adivart is a place of beauty, soothing to the eyes.
However, it can be called a Tribal & Folk Art gallery, not a museum.
Firstly, it is not...More