Yesterday I made my second installment-visit to the British museum. I visited only the South-Asia and China section. I was interested in seeing what 'parts' of India were brought overseas and on display. "Luckily" not much (atleast, on display)! There were bits and pieces of odd things from the early days of the Indus civilization, with a portion of the display hall dedicated to each region of the country over the years; mostly the 'golden' period of that particular era.
|A statue of Lord Vishnu|
|An exquisitely carved Sarinda, a sort of Indian violin (description below)|