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Museum Of Our College

Sri Agrasen Kanya P.G. College

Preparation to celebrate World Heritage Sights in Parmanandpur Campus of Shri Agrasen Kanya PG College. The museum and art gallery was established on February 9, 2012.

Objectives: Museums are mirrors from the past to the present day of any country's social culture. These patrons of the past are teachers of the future. They are patrons of our traditions and belief. On February 9, 2012, in The Paramanandpur campus of Shri Agrasen Kanya PG College established museum is the only museum in the entire Purvanchal.

In the museum, the stones and murtis of different blacks have been displayed along with stone carpet tools and tools, which also show the technical development and artistic taste of the contemporary humans. In addition to the first coins of India in the museum which are called 'hurt coins', sloping coins, coins of different republics, coins of Kushan rulers etc. are available. Replicas collected from various museums in the museum are Replica, which is very helpful in sculpture. The development of the human being here, the Brahmi script has been presented to the Devanagari script and the sea level survey and excavation has been presented through the chart. The cultural heritage and traditions of Kosi have been made through Kashi Darshan which has been built in Kashi Ghats and umbrella Has been decorated through. Dr. Niharka Shrivastava, Director of the Museum said that to see this museum, students of various foreign universities and various college visit to see.

College manager Anil Kumar Jain informed that an Agrasan Park is being constructed in the college, in which an ancient tradition of Kashi is an attempt to reconcile.

Principal Dr. Kumkum Malviya said that considering the young traveler's Indian conference, the museum will be decorated with a more ancient form and decorated it.