Experience the unique architecture of Maharashtrian history by visiting the Sant Darshan Museum in Pune.
If you are looking for a mini-vacation or something different to do on the weekend, we’ve got you covered. This unreal place is yet to be explored by many and is just a half-hour drive from Pune, which will leave you stunned. This place is called Sant Darshan Museum and is a must-see for history and cultural enthusiasts who love learning and enjoying art. From the colossal Nandi to Sant Tukaram, this stunning museum on the city’s outskirts is a destination you must explore. The Sant Darshan Museum in Hadashi has attracted attention for its impeccable craftsmanship and art and features larger-than-life sculptures.
This museum was built in 2009, and it has 1200 massive well-carved sculptures of saints and deities, including Sai Baba, Shiv Parvati, Krishna, Sant Namdev, Sant Tukaram, and countless others. Just half an hour away from Pune, this museum also showcases Maharashtra’s exquisite art and rich history with its artworks and gives a captivating glimpse into the region’s artistic heritage.
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There is a breathtaking 15-foot-tall Shiv Parvati sculpture that is a true masterpiece and a testament to the immense love and skill that has been put into creating the Sant Darshan Museum. The museum has been made out of rocks and is shaped like OM. There are many selfie points where you can capture selfies, an artificial waterfall, and a museum where you will get glimpses of the sculpture on the blocks of stones.
Visiting this place will definitely be an exciting experience and will help you learn more about the Maharashtrian culture and religious insights. If you are someone who appreciates art or wishes to know Maharashtra’s history and vibrant cultural heritage, this destination is an absolute must-visit.
Location: Hadshi, Mulshi, Pune, Maharashtra.
Timing: 10 am to 6 pm.
Price: Rs. 200 per person.
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