Sanskriti Museums are an arrangement of three exhibition halls in particular, Museum of 'Ordinary Art', Museum of Indian Terracotta ancestral craftsmanship and Textile Museum. It is housed inside Sanskriti Kendra complex, at Anandagram, a craftsman town mind boggling, spread more than eight sections of land, arranged 10 km south of New Delhi, close Aya Nagar on Mehrauli– Gurgaon Road, on the edges of Delhi. The closest Delhi Metro station is Arjan Garh, on the Yellow Line. The exhibition hall was established by O. P. Jain in 1990, under the aegis of the Sanskriti Foundation, a New Delhi-based non-benefit association set up in 1978. That is such an interesting spot for visit.