Exhibition of rare arms, coins receiving good response
NASHIK: The exhibition which is being organised at Sarkarwada by archelogy department and jewellery association from November 19 to mark The World Heritage Week received a good response on Wednesday. Students and citizens visited the exhibition in large numbers.
Historian and member of Garh-fort conservation committee Girish Takle inaugurated the exhibition.“In this exhibition, ancient weapons, rare coins, ancient manuscripts and artefacts from Phalke Smarak Museum are on the display.
The exhibition will continue till November 25. The timing of the exhibition is from 10 am to 5 pm. “The theme of the World Heritage Week is heritage of generation. Next generation will get information through this and objective of the Week is to create affection, love and conservation of the heritage.
It is receiving a huge response by tourists and Nashikites,” said, Jaya Vahane, Quieter Regional Museum, Sarkarwada. “I have collections of rare Manuscripts which are 250 years of old. She has Yajurveda and Rugveda manuscripts in original form.
She has some mythological paintings which are 400-years-old and golden colour was used in them. The writings on Palm leaf, birch bark leaf and Papayaras are also part of our collection,” informed Anita Joshi, collector of Manuscript.