Dolls of the World « Mummy Knows Best - The hands-on mum's guide to cool kids' stuff

Holidays are here again and having the kids at home is wonderful – mostly. Until my four year old can

read on her own, I have to find other fascinating things for her to enjoy. My dad suggested ‘Shanker’s International Doll’s Museum’, bringing back lovely memories I had of the place. This was going to be generic viagra online good, finding an indoor fun place beyond ‘gaming zones’.

Shanker’s Doll Museum has the smell of viagra en weed dak bungalows and there’s something slightly surreal about those delicate dolls staring at you from their glass cases. But all that just adds to the place’s charm and character. My daughter was inexhaustible with the questions and the number of times we saw the exhibit. We saw dolls from Yugoslavia, Sweden, Thailand, Combodia, Brazil and some of the most unique ones were from our own country. The museum exchanges and trades with collectors from all over the world and each doll is meticulously hand crafted with a special emphasis on traditional clothes is there a generic drug for cialis and accessories.

We will definitely be visiting here again. The only to tip to remember with the little ones is to make sure you explain that these dolls are special and not for sale. They are for all the kids to enjoy.

K Shanker Pillai was a renowned brand name cialis cartoonist who started collecting dolls as a hobby. Within years he had a collection of 500 dolls from his trips in Pandit Nehru’s entourage. Today they are viagra drug interactions proudly showcased in Nehru House at Shankar’s International Dolls Museum, Nehru House, 4 Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, New Delhi 110002. Phone 91-11-3316970–74. Open 6 days a week, Monday is a weekly off. Timings – 10 am – 5:30 pm.

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