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Home > Museums  > Halebid
Museum - Halebid

Archaeological Museum, Halebid
(District Hassan, Karnataka)


The museum was established in the early part of 1970s. This museum has more than 1500 sculptures, architectural members, inscriptions of historical significance retrieve in and around Halebidu. The collection is displayed in a closed sculpture gallery as well as in an open air museum with a large reserve collection. It also display 18 Tirthankara image from the ruined tank of one of the Jaina basadis.

The open air museum has in its display many sculptures of importance like Govardhanagiridhari Krishna, dancing Shiva, Nataraja and Veena Saraswati, dancing Ganesha, elegant couchant Nandi to name a few. The Sculptures of Brahma-Saraswati, Nagna Kala Bhairava, Mother and Child, wooden carvings and a bronze statue of a Tirthankara have been the important display in the sculpture gallery. The master pieces of this museum have represented Indian art in the various exhibitions held at France, Japan and other countries.







Opening Hours : 10.00 am to 5.00 pm
Closed on Friday


Entrance Fee : 
Rs. 5/- per head
(Children up to 15 years free)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Contact detail

C.S. Seshadri,
Assistant Archaeologist, Archaeological Museum, Archaeological Survey of India, Halebidu - 573121 District Hassan, Karnataka
Ph: 08177-273227

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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