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Hasta Shilpa- Antique Museum, Manipal, Karnataka, India

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A must visit for traditional architecture & culture lovers

15 years ago I had visited the first heritage conservation house put together by the Shri... read more

Reviewed March 16, 2017
rnisha81
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Hyderabad, India
Heritage village hasta shilpa

Definitely worth a visit to see how one mans dream and passion has created the hasta shilpa... read more

Reviewed January 31, 2017
Neena M
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Mar 16, 2017
“A must visit for traditional architecture & culture lovers”
Jan 31, 2017
“Heritage village hasta shilpa ”
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Manipal City Premises, Near Manipal University, Manipal, Karnataka, India, Manipal, India
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Reviewed March 16, 2017

15 years ago I had visited the first heritage conservation house put together by the Shri. Vijayanath Shenoy himself. And now, when I visited the 6 acre project, I was awestruck by the scale of his dream work. This marvel is the brainchild and fruit...More

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Reviewed January 31, 2017 via mobile

Definitely worth a visit to see how one mans dream and passion has created the hasta shilpa heritage village. He's painstakingly rebuilt homes to keep the lost heritage alive and the two guides we had were very knowledgeable. They only take 15 people in the...More

1  Thank Neena M
Reviewed October 17, 2016

HASTA SHILPA HERITAGE VILLAGE - a multi-dimensional cultural project Showcases the nation's traditional buildings and objects of art, craft and other artefacts of aesthetic interest(more 100 years old) 26 structures of immense architectural merit and fine craftsmanship have been shifted and restored here.

2  Thank Dasharathraj S
Reviewed March 28, 2016

I would like to write a review as the place on Google maps landed me in nowhere. Kept looking around for good half hour and could not approach any reasonable location and came back. May be there will be a good experience next time.

2  Thank Sambit Kumar D
Reviewed September 9, 2015

A must visit to this place if you think that Manipal doesnt have too much variety. They offer some sort of a conducted tour also so dont miss out on that

3  Thank Kiran_ignatius
Reviewed August 15, 2015

This is a museum house made up of only antiques collected from ancient houses.Thanks to reviews here, could visit this place, as you need permission to enter. It is a visual treat for those with a interest in ancient architecture, history and antiques.

2  Thank shek2005
Reviewed December 27, 2014

Please note that you just cannot walk in here. The entrance is the same as of the Dr TMA Pai Planeterium, Thanks to Smitha44 of Tripadvisor, I got the details of whom to be contacted to get a glimpse of this place. Sharing the same....More

8  Thank Indradeep R
Reviewed November 10, 2014

A place should not be missed when in Manipal. Though its bit difficult to get the entry here coz' of the Managment rules and regulations.

2  Thank Nagnish
Reviewed October 30, 2014

What happens when someone is so passionate about architecture and wants it all...Well, a visit to Hasta Shilpa shows the intense passion, zeal of one person who wanted to have a collection of traditional/regional based houses at one place to create a museum. This is...More

2  Thank Sushma_KS
Reviewed September 27, 2014

This Antique lovers delight is a house made up of only antiques collected from ancient houses. It is a visual treat for those with a interest in ancient architecture, history and antiques. Now a museum, it is open to the public.

5  Thank KA461
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Indradeep R
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Response from Smitha44 |
Hello, There was also a review which said that it is presently open to public. To clarify this you can contact the curator at His name is Mr Vijayanath Shenoy. Mr Vijayanath Shenoy Founder and Secretary, Hasta Shilpa Trust... More
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