The Gargoti Museum is a historical center in the town Sinnar near Nashik in Indian territory of Maharashtra that houses a gathering of mineral examples more than 40 years. "Goti" alludes to a Marathi word significance stone or rock. This is India's first and just Gem, Mineral and Fossil Museum. It is the world's greatest "Private" Gem and Mineral Museum. It additionally houses the biggest and the best accumulation of Indian Zeolite Minerals and Crystals on the planet.
Gargoti Museum houses the biggest and the best accumulation of Indian Zeolite Minerals and Crystals on the planet. It is separated into two exhibitions in particular Deccan Plateau Gallery and Prestige Gallery. There are 2 stories in the historical center and has immense accumulation of minerals and precious stones. It is found 32 km from Nashik on Nashik-Shirdi roadway in a town named Sinnar.
In the museum, there are showcases of green cubical apophyllite, precious stones, cavansite, cut stones, blue-green sea greens/blues, yellow calcites and in addition couple of extremely uncommon remote minerals. You can likewise discover a trinket shop that is by the gallery. On the ground floor of the exhibition hall, there is an accumulation of around 1700 zeolites which are small scale permeable crystalline solids with very much characterized rich structures like that of jewels or different valuable stones.