One of many fashionable merchandise of Mysore in Karnataka is its Sandalwood. The distinct aroma and well being advantages of Sandalwood from Southern Indian state entice tens of millions of individuals all over the world and now one can’t solely witness Sandalwood merchandise but in addition its historical past and cultivation.
India’s first Sandalwood Museum has now been opened in Aranya Bhavan, Mysore, Karnataka, and can quickly be inaugurated by the Chief Minister of Karnataka on November 25th.
The primary of its type of museum, Sandalwood Museum gives numerous magnificence and perfume to vacationers. Experiences recommend that it may also shift in Mysore Palace premises the place one can witness the majestic Mysore Palace and in addition discover the museum.
The forest division of Mysore has arrange its first Sandalwood Museum on its premises and Karnataka Co-operation minister S.T. Somashekhar stated that the forest division may quickly shift the museum underneath Mysore Palace Premises.
Whenever you go to the museum, one can study extra about Sandalwood the place you may find out about its classification, farming, varieties, and extra. The institution has determined to show posters with details about Sandalwood progress and its assist in the prevention of illnesses.
Educating Farmers and Guests about Sandalwood
Deputy Conservator of Forests (DCF) Okay.C. Prashanth Kumar additionally acknowledged that they’ve already accomplished 80% of the work on the museum and the Chief Minister of Karnataka B.S. Yediyurappa will inaugurate the museum publish on November 25.
There can be a separate room, auditorium, projector, and seating association for guests to know extra about Sandalwood Cultivation. “The guests may also have first-hand details about it by way of interviews of profitable sandalwood growers which might be screened. Audio info pertaining to sandalwood would even be supplied to the guests.” Mentioned the Deputy Conservator of Forests (DCF).
The forest division presently encourages Sandalwood Farming and thru this museum, guests and farmers can get varied info and tips on Sandalwood cultivation.