A memorable day passed on with divine spiritual beliefs and adventurous and retreating excursions, both having its own importance and confronting memories to my mind. My place of accommodation was an actual bliss to my journey. All the staff members and hotel managements was so friendly and co-operative, and provided me with exclusive treatments to make the best use of my stay. They have been hugely helpful in escorting me to my commutes, through reliable travel agencies which was very complementing to a single traveler like me. This day, they had yet again been great service provider for arranging my conveyance to Araku Tribal Museum Visakhapatnam, a real depiction of tribal culture.
A less commercialized and least populated tourist’s destination of the South India, Araku is the valley of inhabited varied tribes. The best time to visit this spot is the chilled winters with its temperature dropping down to almost four degrees. Araku Tribal Museum is situated in the covering area of Padmapuram Botanical Garden, which offers a sight of the tribal community’s life. It is a splendid work of the Indian artisans, constructed with clay and mud, consisting of the magnificent clay monuments depicting the day to day activities of the tribes in the best possible way. Varied artifacts exhibited in the museum include hunting tools, jewelley and kitchen appliances and utensils.
A Tribal Art and Craft Centre are possessed by the museum to encourage excellent art of the prevailing tribe of the indigenous Eastern Ghats, where frequent exhibitions and workshops takes place. I was quite successful in housing the handicrafts item displayed in the museum for my intact memories of the visit. The accommodation facilities and the refreshment corners serving the traditional foods were outstanding and offered at a very reasonable rate.
With all the amusing features and the replica of ancient tribes of India, Araku Tribal Museum Visakhapatnam reflects the traditional lifestyle and living standards of the native tribes. The museum has an objective of preserving the importance of original culture, fine arts and the handicrafts of the primitive tribes and the tradition. With no more of delays in my travelling I stepped forward to my next spot of visit, Indira Gandhi Zoological Park Visakhapatnam, an Eco-tourism hub of the district.
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