Originally established as a research institute in 1928 by the Russian Professor Nicolas Roerich with the aim of creating an intellectual environment where research on Tibetan and Indian medicine could be carried out, the museum is located 100m uphill from the Nicolas K.
Roerich Art Gallery. The name "Urusvati" was kept in the year 1993 and it means the light of the morning star. This museum is themed on Russian Folk Art and houses various musical instruments, stone carvings etc. made by Roerich himself.
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