A RARE MUSEUM-MYSORE (MALAYALAM TRAVEL VIDEO)ಮೈಸೂರಿನಲ್ಲಿದೆ ಭಾರತದ ಮೊದಲ ಮರಳು my different travel

A RARE MUSEUM-MYSORE (MALAYALAM TRAVEL VIDEO)ಮೈಸೂರಿನಲ್ಲಿದೆ ಭಾರತದ ಮೊದಲ ಮರಳು my different travel


sand sculptures .we have often witnessed the sculptures of small artists making beautiful worlds on seashore. but here is a different view waiting for you in different suitation. .a museum is a beautiful sculpture written by human hands a rare museum that goes unnoticed by a talented famous artist .sand sculptures museum .this museum is located at a distance of 6 km from the city of mysore on the way to Chamundi hills Karnataka if you are looking to visit Chamundi hills during your visit to Mysore,visit this museum .melody world wax museum also on the same way of Chamundi hills .sand sculpure museum is an innovative facility for tourists and art lovers who visit Mysore.India first sand museum in India .a collection of sculptures made of sand with out losing the Mysore’s legacy. the museum was created by M N GOWRI ,the native of Mysore. Gowri is a graduate of fine arts and has been in the making of museum since her wish to get a fresh look for the tourists thank you M N Gowri for opening a museum’s new open door from temporary creations in the beaches no one who knows me about this museum in Mysore recently has not given any indication or heard this is the continuous video of my Mysore travel in last month(in december 2017 last year) .I visited this museum the next day to visit Ranganathittu bird sanctuary. business busy has not received enough time for video editing that is why the days after Ranganathittu video took some more days for next video. .the museum is the result of M N Gauri’s nearly four months of hard work and sincerity about 150 sculptures in 16 themes that are very difficult and very simple the sculptures were constructed with an estimated 13500 sq ft of 115 truck load sand. as you enter the museum you can see the Ganesha statue .with scratch observation,sculptures are made with out leaving behind small things Chamundeswari devi,Srikanda datta Narasimha raja of Mysore, from Mahabharata Krishna and Arjuna in a chariot ,Christmas Santa clause ,Disney land,ancient Egypt,zodiac wheel instances from Arabian nights, Tom & Jerry cartoon,wild animals etc many beautiful sculptures the sculptures for protection from the sun and the rain are done. in addition ,pesticides are also used to protect against pest .the museum can be visited from 8.30 am to 6.30 pm daily. .Rs.40 for adults and Rs.20 for children the camera has no separate charge. .it is easy to reach here if you come by bus you will get from city bus stand. I remember the bus number 201 .no confusion,you can board the bus to the Chamundi hills .getting down the Sapthamathrka lay out and going back to the museum can be reached. whether you are cabs or autorickshaw calling,its ok. .from the Mysore city ,the sand sculptures museum is just as close to that in today’s age ,selfies are taken up and uploaded to social media is a very natural act. a 3d art gallery has been set up near sand museum to help you for photographs. 3D art gallery is a very interesting gallery for visitors who visit the museum. .we do not feel at all in the time when you enter into the gallery a lot of the pictures are placed on the wall,that’s it but when we copy the photo from the pictures w on the wall ,we can see the 3d view of these pictures .the photo of the 3d image can only be obtainted if the image is picked up in the right place in the right method here will be a person who control us in the art gallery where to stand and how to stand? in this art gallery a young girl controls matters she will show herself how to stand in front of 3d images .also she copied photos on our camera or mobile device. entry fee is Rs.40. quit out of the 3D art gallery .the next is melody world wax museum. .catching an autorickshaw came in the wax museum so that it was not too far away from the sand museum MELODY WORLD WAX MUSEUM .like the name of museum,there is a musical atmosphere .we know that the culture of Karnataka is very close to music the largest music collection in Karnataka ia also located here many musical instruments from our country as well as other country also can see here the light was low in this wax museum .it is not possible to display the lights more brightly .the heat, which comes from the more light,is because of the possibility of melting wax. .I have made the contrast more in the camera then I have some clarity problems in my video wax shapes are made up of human size. .though the human wax forms are made by wax,the musical instruments they use are original .established in 2010 by Sriji Bhasker ,IT professional. .this museum is built to honor all the musicians of the world .there are displayed 300 Indian and western musical instruments. another horror world has been made near the museum. .if you have time,you can just enter it .the camera is not permitted inside it and could not copy the horror visuals. there may be some fears about fearsome ones ..children and women may be scared .the entrance fee Rs.40. the digital sound system,dark narrow roads and a few frightening scenes… its okay..you can enter the horror wold if you come to the wax museum.

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  1. It’s very nice video…

    I would like to say your every videos getting better better day by day .. keep at it Parasoon eta
    All the best

  2. I don't know how I missed this video from January! you don't upload that often, so I don't know how I missed this. I'm glad I found it now. Truly amazing. All those intricate stone carvings, I can't imagine how long it took for them to carve such detail into stone. That is such a beautiful place, and it's really hard to believe that everything was carved by hand, or at least I think everything was carved by hand? Do you know?

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