The Anthropological Museum makes for an interesting visit as it houses various artefacts that give a peek into the lifestyle and cultures of adivasis (tribal people). While the colourful headgear, footwear, ornaments and musical instruments are amazing, the dresses, paintings, wood carvings, weapons, masks, artwork and sculptures leave one wonderstruck as well. The museum was established in the year 1972 and is located about 4 km from the city centre. It was set up with the aim to preserve the rich tribal culture of the state, and give visitors an insight into the life of various tribals living in the state, with its ethnographic collections. The museum is located in the office of the Anthropological Survey of India, situated at Dharampura.

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