Wow! I am standing beside 11 feet juggernaut of this world.
I am so proud that I live in the timeline that I can see the descendants of a living mammoth in my naked eyes.
I have learned the whole history of human civilization from the stone age to the modern era and gold era of #dinosaur
How do I miss this place? I born and brought up in Chennai, But I didn’t aware of this marvellous and massive building blocks, thanks for your YouTube video “Rare Buddha story sculpture in Tamil” by Mr GK . you planted the idea to visit this prestigious 169 years old #museum .
We went inside at 12 noon and came out at evening 5 o clock(closing time), we have spent 5 hours wandering here and there like toddlers. still, I can’t cover a lot of exhibits, lack of time to observe and read each and every bit of information in description and manuscripts.
Next time I will visit sooner to enjoy each and every structure, specimens, statues, carvings etc.
We saw a lot of toddlers enjoying the exhibition a good place for kids especially Fossil division Artificial T-rex big treat for Kids.
There are many good places to wander around on our weekends in Chennai, this places which gives us visual treat rather than #theatres and #malls, When we want to spend our valuable 2-3 hours usefully we need to choose places which stimulates our #serotonin and #dopamine hormones in our body it invokes our #curiosity and make us more #enthusiastic. Places like this which help us to understand what actually this infinite universe holds(discovered so far), how far our human civilization progressing. #kidseducation
#archaeology – fossils,meteorites etc.,
#Zoology- a lot of specimens, I saw huge string ray with terrifying venomous tail spines, swords fish, sharks, fishes, birds, animals etc.., #History-Different cultures, ancient tribes, musical instruments, modernization, factory-made.
Medieval period- Armours(Chain mill,full armour), #weaponarsenals – (dagger,swords,mace,axe,hammer),guns and cannons
sculptures -Lord Shiva, Vishu, Brahma, Ganesha and Muruga, the story of #buddhism and #jainism
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