Happy Sunday, folks. This Sunday, I am sharing some photos I clicked at the National Museum of India, Delhi
. As usual I clicked hundreds – it is really hard to control oneself when inside that stupendous place with such gorgeous collections and numerous galleries. We spent an entire day there, naturally. I must confess we were not fully satisfied that we’d seen everything properly. We will go back again, that’s for sure.
But in the meantime, let me show you these stunning statues from the Archeology gallery. These are mostly in stone, bronze and terracotta, dating from the 3rd century B.C., through the 19th century A.D., representing all major regions, periods and schools of art. I have a major fetish for museums.
Enjoy. And, as always, click the photo to view the original size in a new window.
|This one was from an Icelandic Exhibition at the Museum
A haiku for these:
Lifeless Statues Speakof legends, mythologyLet’s treasure, cherish
I hope you enjoyed these! Now let’s head over to Unknown Mami’s, who kindly hosts this wonderful “Sundays In My City” and travel the world from there!
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