The importance of museums cannot be ruled out in our lives due to the fact that they introduce us interactively with the past. Watching a sculpture, painting or any artefact in a museum is like revisiting that moment when that piece of art was created. One can feel the passion and the energy of the artist when he must have been involved in realizing his imagination. One always has an option of viewing that creation of the artist in magazines or web sites but it is certainly not the way to feel the connection with the creative perspective of the creator. Seeing it live helps one understand the hard work the artist put in. Anybody can appreciate a piece of art. All one need is to visit a museum and focus on the creation being exhibited, allowing himself to be submerged in the moment of interaction with the masterpiece. India is abundant in the number of museums and almost every state has been active enough to preserve our national heritage.
Whenever the topic of museums is broached, Kerala surfaces as one of the most popular state having lots of museums. The museums in Kerala have preserved the heritage of Kerala quite well, showcasing the art, sculptures and music to the people of other parts of the world. Amongst the most prominent one is called the Museum of Kerala History, located near Ernakulam in Kerala. The museum exhibits the history of ancient humans till modern time using real-life size human models. Another one is the Napier Museum located in Thiruvananthapuram that presents a wonderful show of archaeological artefacts, giving viewer a vivid peek into the life and times of people hundreds of years ago. Then, there is a museum dedicated to the Indian Navy that is one of its kinds. The museum depicts an amazing panorama of how the Indian Navy came into existence, evolved over the years and took the shape it has in the present. The Koyikkal Museum in Thiruvananthapuram quenches the thirst of the artefacts enthusiasts with interests in old musical instruments and coins. The Kerala Museum uses modern techniques to showcase the cultural heritage of Kerala. The Indo-Portuguese Museum in Cochin has got the traces of Portuguese architectural style in arts and engineering of the building. The number of Museums in Kerala is endless, providing comprehensive information about the rich cultural heritage of Kerala. After having visited the museums, one is bound to fall in love with Kerala.
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