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Siddhagiri Museum

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It is like Madam Tussaud of the East.

It has a lot to offer in terms of culture (India), Agro-economics and sustainability through live... read more

Reviewed 28 August 2018
mohanghatge
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Kolhapur
Very interesting museum near Kolhapur

At Rs.120.00, the Museum ticket is a bit steep by Indian norms, apart from Rs.20.00 parking fees... read more

Reviewed 28 August 2018
SanjeevGK
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Pune, India
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| Kaneri, Kolhapur 416234, India
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Drove 18 km from kolhapur using google maps, roads are good to drive. Kaneri Math has open parking, a museum ( enter fees is INR 120 per person), a pottery section a vbazaar selling their own and other products a restaurant. It has a very...More

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Reviewed 28 August 2018

It has a lot to offer in terms of culture (India), Agro-economics and sustainability through live demos of farming and village scenes

1  Thank mohanghatge
Reviewed 28 August 2018

At Rs.120.00, the Museum ticket is a bit steep by Indian norms, apart from Rs.20.00 parking fees. But after experiencing it, I felt it was more than worth it. First part of the museum showcases great ancient Indian scientists, mathematicians, doctors & surgeons. The exhibits...More

4  Thank SanjeevGK
Reviewed 27 August 2018 via mobile

This museum is near about 15 km from Kolhapur. Museum is very big and have a beautiful and realistic statue's of wax. Also a "Math" of kadsidheshwar maharaj ...place have a beautiful garden for children. In afternoon there is free food called mahaprasad. Awesome view...More

Thank sahilmulla2167
Reviewed 10 August 2018

During My Kolhapur visit i visited this place. It is nearly 20 to 25 km from Kolhapur. It is very nice place , Inside artificial village , museum available to see. Children also will enjoy this place. All are artificial only like village , agriculture...More

Thank ranijaya
Reviewed 6 August 2018

It is excellent museum . We can visit with family . Children will enjoy this place.We can see artificial village , artificial forming inside this museum . One full day required to see complete museum . We can also see big siva temple inside this...More

Thank bujjamey
Reviewed 25 July 2018

We visited this Siddhagiri museum through one of my friends suggestion . This place is excellent . Nearly one full day required to cover the full museum.Inside this museum they build artificial village . The main attraction is this village only . Artificial agriculture forming...More

Thank chjprakash
Reviewed 26 June 2018

Excellent representation of all walks of life through models ,down the time scale. Best one for learning to children.

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Reviewed 25 June 2018 via mobile

A must visit place if you are in Kolhapur. This place used to be a very small temple on a hill few years back. They have added a museum, goshala, and several things where you can spend almost entire day with your kids. Village museum...More

Thank iamrp0235
Reviewed 7 May 2018

One of its kind. Its 10 kms from Kolhapur. Do visit it to know the culture of olden Maharashtra. A good venue to spend quality time. I would definitely recommend this place.

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kersiru
Hello Museum Staff, nameste! I have viewed your excellent Gaam Jivan exhibits, and was most delighted to view it all. It is very important and essential that such socio-cultural aspects of Indian life are preserved and provided to the population to view, in particular to those who live in the cities,and the younger generation. My heartiest congratulations to the whole team at the Museum. I am an author who writes to preserve similar socio-cultural aspects of the Indians in East Africa. Currently, I am writing on Papad Making in East Africa, which highlights the cooperative efforts the ladies, to help each other, to make pappadams at home. I am sure, that you know one of the steps in making pappadams is to make flour from Udad and other seeds. This is done by grinding the seeds in a round stone chakki or ghanti. To demonstrate this, I would be most grateful, for your permission to use the picture of the exhibit of man and wife making the ghanti in front of their home. Be assured that the Museum will be given appropriate acknowledgement and thanks,for it permission. I would also like a picture of a village lady using the ghanti. Please send the two photos as jpeg to my email. Mere bohot shuker aur meherbani... Kersi Rustomji. Jindera. AUSTRALIA.
8 September 2016|
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