About Nagarjunakonda Museum
Visiting Nagarjunkonda resembles traveling into the past. Toward one side stands, in the expressions of Pt Jawaharlal Nehru, "one of the best sanctuaries of present day India"- the Nagarjunsagar Dam-and at the opposite end is the shimmering green island, Nagarjunkonda, containing fortunes of the invaluable legacy of an antiquated human advancement.
Archeologically, Nagarjunkonda is viewed as imperative as no place else in the nation would one be able to discover such a huge scope of Buddhist demolishes an entire city of an all around created progress that had nonstop human residence. The remnants are unmistakable today in the island-exhibition hall in their remade frame dependent on what was rescued from the riverbed. Yet, for the amazing salvage endeavors of the Archeological Survey of India (ASI), the historical backdrop of two thousand years would have been lost always in a watery grave. The ASI moved the landmarks to more secure locales previously the submergence.