A bike, a ride, a destination- Ganpatipule, a couple of days and 950 kms.
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I am sure every Delhieght would have crossed that road but we tend to miss out this awesome location facing the old fort and standing there since 1956.Accessible by local transport and Pragati Maidan Metro Station its managed by the Government of India under the supervision of the Ministry of Textiles, the Museum is a huge complex which homes numerous craft -work both traditional and creative ranging from terracotta horses, pottery, wood carvings, metal-ware crafting, image and toys sculpturing, Folk paintings and tribal textiles and handmade jewelry from Bihar, West Bengal and Madhya Pradesh etc....
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Purana Qila, delhi - a place with history
Excavations carried out by Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) at Purana Quila in 1954-55 (trial trenches) and again 1969-1973 by its Director, B B Lal have unearthed Painted Grey Ware dating 1000 B.C., and with a continuous cultural sequence from Mauryan to Mughal through Shunga, Kushana, Gupta, Rajput and Sultanate periods, confirming the antiquity of the site....