Bharatiya Sanskriti Darshan is a museum built by a scholar, Ramsinhji K Rathod to exhibit the folk art of Kutch. The museum has around 1,500 books on art and culture and variety of artefacts like textile arts, paintings, rural artefacts and others. It also exhibits 4,500 pictures of the rustic lifestyle of the villagers in Kutch. This museum has been divided into five different sections such as Ethnological section, Sahitya Chitra, which is centrally located and contains rare literary work. Another section comprises artefacts such as silver work, wood and stone carvings, bead work, terracotta, knives and swords. A Kothala, that is a treasury can be seen in one of the huts, which in earlier times was designed to keep ornaments and valuables of the royalty.
Old Umed Nagar, Bhuj, Gujarat 370001, India