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Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple Museum



Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple Museum is located at Srirangam. There are many archaeological sculptures in the museum. There are ivory sculptures of Lord Vishnu and the images of Nayak Kings who ruled Madurai during the 17th century. It holds Pavai lamps and dresses of the Marathi period, Nataraja image in a screen made of pearl, and coins of the British, Dutch, Tiruvancore, Hydrabad, Gwalior states. The museum also features palm leaf inscriptions, very big temple lamps, and copper plates of Vijayanagar kings.

The museum is open to visitors every day from 8:00 to 18:00 hrs. It is at a distance of 5 km from Tiruchirapalli.



Updated on 13th November, 2005
District: Tiruchirapalli
Location: Srirangam
Website: http://www.tn.gov.in/tiruchytourism/srirangam.htm

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