A crew from Andhra Pradesh on Thursday visited the tribal museum in Koraput district. They mentioned they have been there to get an thought of a tribal museum as their authorities goes to arrange the same museum of their state spending Rs 35 crore.
The five-member crew led by chief engineer of Tribal Welfare division Shreenivas reached the tribal museum in Koraput. The crew has two professors and two curators. They visited all of the galleries of the museum.
The explanation behind this go to is that the AP authorities goes to arrange a tribal museum in its state at a venture value of Rs 35 crore. The target of the proposed museum is to protect Dangar tradition. To get extra data relating to its construction and design, the crew visited the Koraput museum.
“We’re establishing one museum at Lamsingi below Chintapali Mandal by spending an quantity of Rs 35 crore. We’re right here to see the museum in Koraput,” mentioned Shreenivas.
Director of Koraput Tribal Welfare Museum Jagabandhu Samal mentioned it’s a good factor that Odisha’s museum is inspiring others.
“A crew from the Tribal division of Andhra Pradesh visited our museum. Their authorities despatched them. The AP authorities is mulling organising a tribal museum in its state. It’s a matter of delight that they visited our museum and are going to assemble their museum replicating our design,” Samal noticed.
Notably, the museum in Koraput was established in 1992. It has been an attraction for vacationers. It’s a treasure trove of mines, hand-woven garments, weapons, musical devices and plenty of extra.
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