Sanskriti Museums are a set of three museums namely, Museum of ‘Everyday Art’, Museum of Indian Terracotta (tribal art) and Textile Museum.
It is housed within Sanskriti Kendra complex, at Anandagram, an artist village complex, spread over eight acres, situated 10 km south of New Delhi, near Aya Nagar on Mehrauli–Gurgaon Road, on the outskirts of Delhi. The nearest Delhi Metro station is Arjan Garh, on the Yellow Line.
First of all, let me just say that the museum guides are real pro here.
They knew everything about traditional Indian crafts and was more than happy to share their knowledge.
The museum is all about supporting local artists and traditional crafts, and let me tell you, it’s a mission that should be supported by all. Not only is the place a haven of green grass and peacefulness, but it’s also great for school trips and families. Trust me, you’ll love the terracotta and textile art work.
The only downside is that you might have trouble getting a signal on your phone, but honestly, that’s not such a bad thing. It’ll give you a chance to focus on yourself and the beautiful scenery.
Overall, I highly recommend this place for anyone looking to escape the hustle and bustle of urban India. Just make sure you bring a good book and a picnic blanket, because you’ll want to spend the whole day there.