Head to the Nagarjunakonda Island Museum and delve deeper into the history of the archaeological site of Nagarjunakonda. The museum displays Buddhist, Palaeolithic and Neolithic artefacts and ruins that were discovered in archaeological excavations. Some of the stone-age tools displayed are said to have been collected by Lord Buddha himself. The museum has been named after Nagarjuna, the founder of Mahayana Buddhism and has been built like a Buddhist Vihara. The chief attraction is a monolithic statue of Lord Buddha. Other exhibits include slabs carved with scenes from the life of Buddha and sandal stone sculptures.

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