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Established in 1972, the zonal anthropological museum is situated in Jagdalpur in Chhattisgarh state, India. This museum was established to provide tourists the insight into the cultural and the lifestyle of Bastar tribe. The museum houses the fine collection of numerous objects of ethnographic interest. The artifacts at the museum highlight the religion and the custom practiced by the Bastar tribe of Chhattisgarh. All the artifacts are classifies and displayed in the different sections of the museum. The Zonal Anthropological Museum of Jagdalpur is offers the great opportunity to understand various objects that have historical, scientific or artistic value. The rare items displayed at the museum includes headgears, footwear, ornaments, musical instruments, dresses, paintings, wood carvings, weapons, masks, art work, sculptures and a wide variety of objects that were used in daily life.
One of the major tourists’ attractions in Chhattisgarh, the zonal anthropological museum provide the great opportunity to see various items covering four fields of anthropology namely ethnology, linguistics, archaeology, and physical anthropology. There is no entry fee to visit zonal anthropological museum and will provide great time exploring various interesting aspects of the Bastar tribes.