TIRUMALA MUSEUM TO BE A ROLE MODEL
Tirupati, 26 March 2014: Sri Venkateswara Museum at Tirumala, which houses rare antique sculptures, weapons, instruments, manuscripts,., is all set to get a new face lift to become a “role model” in the entire country among museums with the National Institute of Designs (NID) coming out with a specific design pattern for Tirumala.
The NID Research and Technical team of experts headed by Principal Designer Sri Anil Sinha from Ahmedabad presented the entire desingn before TTD Executive Officer Sri MG Gopal and other officers including Tirumala JEO Sri KS Sreenivasa Raju and CVSO Sri G Srinivas on Wednesday in SVETA bhavan in Tirupati.
They explained that how each of the presently exisiting nine galleries in the SV Museum can be bifurcated into 20 in an effective pattern and can be named as Vastu, Jignasa, Kshetra etc. as per the theme of materials put for display so that it will not only attract more number of pilgrims but also provide them enough awareness about the rare incredible materials in the museum. The team will submit a final report on Designing of Museum in the month of June after getting the nod from TTD.
TTD Chief Museum Officer, Sri Vijay Kumar, ASI Deputy Director Sri Munirathnam Reddy, SEII Sri Ramesh Reddy, ACVSO Sri Siva Kumar Reddy and others were also present.
ISSUED BY TTDS PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER, TIRUPATI