GARGOTI : THE MINERAL MUSEUM

GARGOTI : THE MINERAL MUSEUM

Hey guys! I’m Madhushree and this blog is about my home country and really close to my hometown Nashik, so I’m super excited to share my personal experience with you’ll.

GARGOTI : THE MINERAL MUSEUM | SATARA | MAHARASHTRA | INDIA

Gargoti is a place which will run chills down your spine as you walk in the museum, and not just talking about the air conditioning system it has.

Entering the museum you’ll see the idol of Bharat Mata (Indian Goddess) and Sai Baba (God) , seeing that the museum has hold onto the India’s cultural values is absolutely beautiful, and foreign tourists often like to just take in the view.

The museum’s aura is so mysterious but has divinity at its heart.

“INDIA’S ONLY GEM & MINERAL MUSEUM”

The museum is resided in the town of Sinnar, Maharashtra state in INDIA. Gargoti is definately the crown jewel of the town.

Started by the owner- K.C. Pandey more than 40 years ago is now home to a collection of over 1000 largest & the finest Indian Zeolite Minerals & Crystals in the world.

These shimmering & shiny crystals make your heart flutter with want to keep one of these in your showcase or art corner at home that’ll not only give a refreshing aura but also woo your guests. Daydreaming are we?

Don’t worry, to satisfy your shopaholic wife and daughter they also have souvenir shop where you can not only buy these glittering crystals but also various art pieces and jewelry made from crystals and stones.[affordable price]

(Tip: Gift these crystal/stone made jewelry to your woman on anniversary, and become the man of her dreams. ;} )

Ever seen what a real Emerald stone looks like?

If no, then take a look at this. Who knew Emerald would be so mesmerizing…

The hidden beauty from the “Land of Sea”

RED SEA CORAL (MOONGA)

Aaturta Tuzya Aagamana Chi (Can’t wait for your arrival Lord Ganesha)

MADE OF SUNSTONE

Hurray! You made it to the end, thankyou so much guys. If anyone needs more info ask away.

Ladies, which jewelry you liked the most? Tell me in comments…

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