VADYAM MUSEUM OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENT
Unique of its own kind, Vadyam Museum of musical instruments comprises mainly of instruments used in folk and classical music in India. Instruments such as kamaichya, ravanhathha, Sindhi sarangi, jogia sarangi, chikara, iktara, surinda, naagphani, and many more are displayed in the museum. Surbahar Made by S A Rehman and sons which were once practiced in Madras dynasty and later in Gwalior darbar and Baba Allaudin Khan’s esraj and are also a part of this eminent collection. Additions to this already vibrant bunch are western instruments hang drum and royal standard accordion that make the museum even richer.
Established in 1998, the museum has a collection of more than 500 documented musical instruments and their accessories. The museum has been mapped with “Museums of India“. Few of the instruments can be viewed from here
Nad Sadhna Institute for Indian Music and Research Center
E-122A, Kataria Colony, Ram Nagar Extension,
Sodala, City-Jaipur, State-Rajasthan, Pin Code-302019
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org, Phone Number-9414461059
MUSEUM WEBSITE – www.nadsadhna.com
ARE THERE ANY DOCENTS OR GUIDES WHO VISITORS CAN DIRECTLY CALL TO BOOK
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|LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES SERVICES||–||Yes|
|IT FACILITIES ( PHOTOCOPYING, PRINTING, COMPUTER )||–||Yes|
ANY OTHER FACILITIES
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WHO MANAGES THE MUSEUM?
PERSON-IN-CHARGE OF THE MUSEUM
Dr. Ashwin Dalvi
Mobile no. +91 9414461059, Email – email@example.com
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ( IF ANY)
Entry to the museum requires prior permission
WHAT IS THE AVERAGE DURATION TO SEE THE MUSEUM?
Approximately 1 hour