(Last Updated on : 12-01-2009)
Aitihasic Puratatva Sangrahalaya is situated at Kanya Gurukul, Narela, in New Delhi. This Museum of immense historical and archaeological importance, exhibits, the coins, copperplates, terracotta figures, beads, seals, ancient manuscripts, weapons and clay sculptures. The authorities of the Aitihasic Puratatva Sangrahalaya, New Delhi, even arranges for lectures and workshops, to enlighten interested people on the archaeological preserves they have treasured so caringly.
The Museum remains open on all days. Admittance to the Aitihasic Puratatva Sangrahalaya, New Delhi, is free of cost. During the summer season, it can be accessed from 7a.m. to 5p.m., while in the winter months, the duration changes. It starts from 10a.m. to 4p.m.
The Aitihasic Puratatva Sangrahalaya, New Delhi, highlights on has increased our knowledge, regarding the ancient Indus valley civilization of India.