Salar Jung Museum (@sjmhyd )

Salar Jung Museum

Bio Showcasing the largest one-man collection in the world, Salar Jung Museum is Indias largest decorative arts museum.
Location Hyderabad, India
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Account created 07-11-2014 04:45:51
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Twitter Web Client : मा. पर्यटन एवं संस्कृति राज्यमंत्री (स्व.प्र.) श्री Prahlad Singh Patel जी आज, केंद्र प्रायोजित पर्यटन परियोजनाएं और ग्रामीण पर्यटन एवं पर्यटक पार्क के संबंध में #लोकसभा में मौखिक उत्तर देंगे।

#PrahladPatel Ji

Twitter Web Client : Circular ‘’ganjifa’’ or playing card from 20th century, painted to depict a female figure in a dance posture holding a pot in her left hand, with bow and arrow underneath her seat


Twitter Web Client : New tracks will be added to #SangamApp soon in all categories including Sufi, Gurbani, Buddhism and Jainism.
Sangam App is available on both Anroid and iOS Platforms.


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Twitter Web Client : Visit to the museum by girl students of Tharuni - an organisation for the Welfare of Adolescent Girls & Women, Hyderabad on 30th June 2019!


Twitter Web Client : स्वतंत्रता संग्राम में #वंदेमातरम जैसा मातृभूमि का गौरव गान करता अमर गीत राष्ट्र को देने वाले महान कवि बंकिम चंद्र चटोपाध्याय को हम उनकी जयंती पर कोटि-कोटि प्रणाम करते हैं | #BankimChandraChattopadhyay #VandeMataram

Twitter Web Client : Circular ‘’ganjifa’’ from 19th century, Maharashtra, painted to represent ten insects in the center on a red ground enclosed within three circles !


Twitter Web Client : Are you interested in coming closer to the arts & culture of India? Then your wait is over as IGNCA offers 7 PG Diploma courses to bring you closer towards Indian art & culture and to nurture trained manpower in the this field ! THE LAST DATE TO APPLY IS 8 JULY 2019.

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Twitter Web Client : Memorial lecture on 20th June by Dr, Nasim Akhtar, Former Curator, National Museum, New Delhi on
Manuscripts of Salar Jung Museum


Twitter Web Client : Day-2 :ICCHAPOORTI | 22nd June 2019
Childrens Theatre Festival | A Tribute to Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore on his 158th Birth Anniversary
organised by National Gallery of Modern Art in collaboration with National School of Drama

Twitter Web Client : Bhungas are round traditional Kutchi houses built by using mud and decorated with various things from inside and outside. They are considered to be engineering wonders as they preserve the internal environment of the house. #Kutch #GujaratTourism #Traveldiaries

Twitter Web Client : Childrens Theatre Festival | A Tribute to Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore on his 158th Birth Anniversary
Director, NGMA Smt. Ritu Sharma along with Smt. Mahu Pant, Shri Gulshan Walia ,Shri Akhilesh Khanna, Ms. Nisha Trivedi on stage are inaugurating the three days theatre festival