Saputara Tribal Museum, Saputara
Saputara Tribal Museum, Saputara - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Surat-Saputara-Nasik Highway, Saputara, Gujarat 394720
Ticket Price: 2 INR
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 05:30 pm Details
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About Saputara Tribal Museum, Saputara
Saputara Tribal Museum, also known as Saputara Museum is located on the outskirts of Saputara. The museum aims are collecting, preserving artefacts that showcase insights into the life of tribal population of the Dang District. Some of the tribal communities that reside in the Dang District of Gujrat are Kunbis, Warlis, Bhils, and Gamits. Various artefacts that are displayed at the Saputara Tribal Museum are traditional clothes and utensils, ornaments, musical instruments, and weapons.
Saputara Tribal Museum Information
- Do not touch the artefacts.
- Do not use flash photography inside the museum.
Saputara Tribal Museum Ticket Prices
- For students: INR 1
- For foreign nationals: INR 50
How To reach Saputara Tribal Museum by Public Transport
- By self-drive car.
- By taxi.
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This museum is dedicated to tribals. It shows their living , common household item used by them. This museum hold many village items, which is not known to today's generation. It has very nominal entry fee of Rs. 5. A popular place among traveller in Saputara.
Really nice exhibition of the tribal life of the tribal people of The Dangs District. Maintenance needs to be done. An overall good place for tourists and those seeking knowledge.
It's very nice place. It's a collection of various thing of variant tribes. It is informative too. The museum contains; utensils, musical instruments, ornaments, cloths, farming equipments used traditionally by various tribes such as Warli, Kunbi & many other. It also informs about living style & status of the tribes. Very cool place to enjoy.
It's describe the whole life cycle and culture of tribe community. Which is worth watch for young generation to connect with old culture. There are lots of monuments and portrait. Easy way to describe.
Take a deep breath. Disappear. You have entered nature’s womb. In winter, at the spill of dawn, trek up to the Gandhi Shikhar as the river of light bathes the streams over undulating mountains and the drifting birds, into a magical dance of awakening. In rains, breathe in the rolling hills of Saputara, echoing green hues, lush with flowers, and watch the meditating rain drops sitting still on sloping leaves. Some of the thickest forest cover in the state envelops you. In summer, walk carefree on the expanse of the Governor’s hill and see the sun dip into the Saputara lake as the sky begins to shimmer with stars. As your bus chugs uphill, crisscrossing over the Ambika river, you leave all the congestion of towns and cities far below you and enter the spirit world of tribal people. Nestled in the Sahyadri range, at an altitude of about 1000 m, this Dangi enclave derives its name from the Snake god revered by the tribals and translates as ‘the abode of serpents’, Saputara. In spite of being the only hill station of Gujarat, it is minimally commercialized, still unspoiled.