Kurukshetra Panorama and Science Centre
Kurukshetra Panorama and Science Centre

Kurukshetra Panorama and Science Centre

#Science Center
Located at: Kurukshetra
Haryana, India

The main attraction of the Centre is a lifelike panorama of the epic battle of Kurukshetra that showcases Mahabharata war with scientific explanations justifying every episode in the war. The Centre has an interesting exhibition called 'India: A Heritage in Science, Technology and Culture', consisting of working and interactive exhibits on ancient India.
At the center of the cylindrical hall, there are paintings 34-feet in height depicting various episodes of the Mahabharata. The chanting of Gita and distant war cries blended with lighting illusions end a perfect ambience.

Ticket / Cost / Expenses:₹20
Time people usually spend here:2 hours
Latitude/Longitude:
29.9660536°N, 76.8338474°E

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Overall Rating:4.8

reviews
  '4' out of 5
"It's science gagets are very shoking and intresting now it also has a 3d film which is very cool"
  '5' out of 5
"New technology and mahabharat cultural fest. Very important for studying children's "
  '5' out of 5
"Good place for science lovers. At ground floor it has scientific models and exhibitions. It'll definitely improve your knowledge about science. On upper floor it has a panoramic view of Mahabharata with good sound quality."
  '5' out of 5
"Very nice place.. Great illusions and models"
  '5' out of 5
"Science and spirituality "

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