At a distance of 1 km from Alampur Bus Stop, Archeology Museum arranged at the passageway of the Bala Brahma Temple complex houses brilliant gathering of sculptures and engravings recuperated from the Nava brahma Temple and surroundings of Alampur, Mahbubnagar, Telangana, India.
Started in 1953 by then Vice President of India Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, the historical center comprises of 188 Sculptures and 2 engravings. These ancient rarities are dated in the vicinity of sixth and sixteenth hundreds of years. The exhibition hall is an extensive lobby with an outside segment at the inside and a little walled in area towards the eastern side. Every one of the relics are spread over the hall.
A portion of the imperative models in the exhibition hall incorporate seventh century Surya, Nataraja, Master Vishnu, Subrahmanya with Valli, Siva and Parvathi riding on Nandi, Saptamatrukas, Nagabandhas, Mahishasura mardhini, Nagnanaka Bandha, Ashtadikpalakas, Nagas among others. The Surya form, one of the Nataraja figures alongside a Mahishasura mardhini is the feature of the exhibition hall. The Surya design has taken an interest and won a few honors in Universal Workmanship Display in Germany in 1984. The Nataraja mold with 8 hands from eleventh century is delightfully cut. Mahishasura mardhini from seventh century is superbly cut which grandstands distinctive outward appearances from changed points.
The sculpture of Nandi conveying Siva and Parvathi is one of its kind and once in a while showed up scene. Ashtadikpalakas figures are like those of Papanasi temple. Nagnanaka Bandha speaks to Renuka Devi in bare and ladies looking for youngsters perform pooja to Renuka Devi. Comparable model exists in Bala Brahma sanctuary where poojas are performed by ladies on Tuesdays. There are a few figures of warriors in the historical center. Some of these figures exhibit warriors being taken to Paradise after their brave passing in the war.
The stone engravings clarify the rich history of the region. The engravings are from the Chalukyas, Rashtrakutas, Kakatiyas and Vijayanagara rulers. The underlying engravings were a blend of Kannada and Telugu content. A portion of the engravings have illustrations of Surya, Chandra, Shivalinga, Dairy animals and a blade, which implies every one of the gifts should just go to Shiva as long as Surya and Chandra exists and taking these gifts is equivalent to the transgression of murdering a cow.
Timings: 10:30 AM to 1 PM and 1:30 PM to 5 PM. It is Closed on Fridays.