Mysore (or Mysuru) is a historic town in Karnataka known for its outstanding features such as Mysore Palace, Vrindavan Gardens, and Mysore Zoo which has made it to be among the tourist town for famous people to visit.
Did you know that Karnataka’s cultural center is also home to a remarkable sand sculpture
Did you know that Karnataka’s cultural center is also home to a remarkable sand sculpture It is also the country’s first sand sculpture museum.
MN Gowri, a well-known sand artist, designed the museum. She spent four months perfecting the beauty of this great Sculpture Museum.
So let’s start by talking about the museum’s fantastic location. The museum is located near Chamundi Hill and shows the city’s rich cultural past. The remarkable museum houses over 150 monoliths created using 115 truckloads of sand, water, and cement.
The museum’s 13500 square foot exhibit space, highlights the city’s animals and rich heritage. Some of the most astonishing pieces are the sculptures of Tom and Jerry, Chamundeshwari, and a massive 15-foot-tall idol of Lord Ganesha, which are shown in 16 distinct settings. Additionally, there are sculptures of Buddha, Arjuna, and Krishna. Santa Claus and the Christmas tree both seem intriguing. You’ll be astounded to see the wonderful Disneyland characters that decorate the beautiful museum.
Locating the Sand Sculpture Museum is really simple. It is situated in Sapthamathruka Area, close to the bus stop, situated at the foot of Chamundi Hills.
Source : timesofIndia.indiatimes.com