Visit to Salar Jung Museum
As part of their learning process, Our children of grade 3 to 7 embarked on an educational field trip to The Salarjung Museum on 2nd November. The excitement of travelling with their friends and teachers was very evident amongst the children.The Salarjung Museum of Hyderabad is a repository of the artistic achievements of diverse European, Asian and Far Eastern countries of the world. Major portion of this collection was acquired by Nawab Mir Yousuf Ali Khan popularly known as Salarjung III. The most interesting exhibit was The English Bracket Clock at Salarjung Museum in Hyderabad which was manufactured in England and assembled in Calcutta in the late 19th century. Students were very excited to witness a toy figure of a bearded man coming out just before three minutes and striking the bell exactly for the number of hours shown by the short hand of the clock. They waited patiently for 12 o’clock. Our students left the museum with many exciting pictures captured in their minds, and many more questions to be asked to their teachers on the way back. After a long walk through the museum the kids still had the same energy levels as in the morning to enjoy their journey back to the school.