History of Nardah Museum
Nardah Museum was established in the year 1974. The District Magistrate of Nawada, Shri N. P. Singh is credited with the creation of this museum, since he donated all his personal collection to the Department of Art, Culture and Youth, Government of Bihar.
Exhibits of Nardah Museum
Nardah Museum is a home to a variety of objects of great antiquity. Some of the authentic ancient items preserved in this museum are Pal stone sculptures, coins, contemporary painting, metal objects, stone art-pieces and manuscripts.
Other Places of Attraction near Nardah Museum
Natraj Cinema Hall, Sobhiya Temple, St Joseph Catholic Church, Vulture Peak, Maha Laxmi Cinema Hall and Hanuman Temple are some of the other places of attraction near Nardah Museum.
Bihar has tropical type of climate with hot summers and cold winters. Monsoons are characterized by medium to high rainfall and floods in several areas in north Bihar. During the summer and monsoon seasons, humidity levels remain high in the north and central Bihar. So, visiting Bihar during the above mentioned seasons would make a person feel uncomfortable. It is therefore recommended to visit Bihar during the period from October to March. This period is generally considered to be the best time to visit Bihar.
Nearest airport to Nawada Museum is Jaiprakash Narayan International Airport in Patna (112kms). Nearest railway station to Nawada Museum is Nawada Railway Station. As far as road way is concerned, Nawada is connected by good roads with all the Indian cities. The roads are motorable by auto-rickshaws, cycle-rickshaws and tangas.
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