Nagajunakonda Museum is cradled amid a man-made Nagarjunasagar Lake on an island of Nagarjunakonda. This Buddhist museum is packed with the collection of various Buddhist structures and artifacts excavated during the construction of the dam.
The collection is quite ancient belonging to 3rd century AD. The beautiful collection features panels carved with jataka tales, stone idols of Lord Buddha, weapons and equipment belonging to Stone Age and old inscriptions etc. The information provided in the museum is in three languages i.e. English, Hindi and Telugu. The museum is accessible via boat from Nagarjunasagar, the boat service being run by Andhra Pradesh Tourism Department. Besides, the boast service, the place can also be approached via road from Hyderabad airport.
10 months ago by Nitin Pagare
We Indians don't understand the value of the treasure of Buddhist civilization found in the basin of Nagarjuna Sagar dam. No information booklets available , No guides to give information in the museum. Nearly 1700 years old treasure in the museum , but I think indian Govt. Is least bothered about it. Ofcourse it's my opinion and observations.
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