It was built in 1951. In this museum, objects are kept during the time of Salar Jung III. The museum is classified as Indian art, European art, Middle East art, Far Eastern art and a section for children. Antiques from different parts of the world have been kept in this museum. Indian sculptures, brass sculptures, Persian carpets, porcelain, jade carvings, wood carvings etc. can be seen here.
In this unique museum, sizeable cars have been displayed in different forms. It is the brainchild of Sudhakar of the museum, whose name is the Guinness Book record of making the largest tricycle. You can see their comical imagination in different shapes of their car, where cars have been transformed into burgers, high Ad shoes, bags, cameras and computers. All these vehicles have been made from scrap by Sudhatax, which can also be run at a very low speed.
Sudha Cars Museum
In this unique museum, very good cars have been displayed in different forms. This museum is the brainchild of Sudhakar, whose name is Guinness Book record for making the largest tricycle. His humorous imagination can be seen in different shapes of his car, here cars have been transformed into burgers, high eddy shoes, bags, cameras and computers. Sudhakar has made all these vehicles from the junk which can be run in very low speed.
Salar Jung Museum
The Salar Jung Museum in Hyderabad is probably one of the most famous museums in the country. The museum was established in 1951 at the palace of Nawab Mir Yusuf Khan. Which is now called the popular Salar Jung III. The museum holds a collection of 1.1 million artifacts and art blocks. All the artefacts and art sections here have been individually collected by Salar Jung III itself. One of the best collections here is the clock room. There is a gallery of clocks and time care tools around the world with historical times. The Quran collection is impressive here too. See the ancients of the Mughal period such as Aurangzebs daggers, Tipu Sultans wardrobe, Mughal-era stone sculptures, artwork, and the painting of King Ravi Verma, which is a part of the wonderful collection of Salar Jung.