Divisions of Vikram Kirti Mandir
Vikram Kirti Mandir is divided into the Scindia Oriental Research Institute, an art gallery, an archaeological museum and an auditorium.
Collections of Vikram Kirti Mandir
Vikram Kirti Mandir is a home to a variety of objects of great antiquity. Some of the authentic ancient items preserved in this mandir are manuscripts, a wide array of inscriptions, images, copper plates and fossils discovered in the Narmada valley. More specifically, the museum displays a collection of about 18,000 manuscripts on varied subjects. The Bark leaf (Bhurja Patra) and Palm leaf manuscripts are protected in the Oriental Research Institute. This museum also provides shelter to an elaborate manuscript of Shrimad Bhagavata, which is known to have been painted with original gold and silver. The museum has a collection of paintings, which are ancient. They are known to be painted in Mughal and Rajput style. The museum also has a reference library, which houses important oriental publications. A noteworthy display of this museum is an ancient skull of an elephant. It is considered to be a centre of tourist attraction.
Other Places of Attraction around Vikram Kirti Mandir
Gomti Kund, Chintaman Ganesh Temple, Shanti Van, Suryamukhi Balaji Hanuman and Kal Bhairav Temple are some of the other places of attraction around Vikram Kirti Mandir.
The nearest airport to Vikram Kirti Mandir is Devi Ahilyabai Holkar International Airport. This airport is located at a distance of about 8 km west Indore and about 49 km from Vikram Kirti Mandir. The nearest railway station from this Mandir is Tarana Road Railway Station. This Railway Station is located at a distance of about 29 km from Vikram Kirti Mandir.
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(Last Updated on : 19-08-2016)
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