The Manav Sangrahalaya provides an insightful glimpse into the humankind, especially life of Tribals. The Museum 'Veethi Sankul' exhibits various cultural facets of the different tribes into India, housing an unmatched collection of artefacts, masks and what not. One needs at least 2 hours to go through each of the galleries of Veethi Sankul. The people are always keen to give more information if needed. Located in the Shamla Hills, the Museum also has great views of the city and lake. The outdoor exhibitions include Tribal habitat, Meru village and a Coastal village where tribal people have constructed houses of their respective areas. It easily takes a whole day to go through the entire Sanghralaya. Highly educational and interesting.
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