The Vikram Kirti Mandir, hooked up at the occasion of the second millennium of the Vikram technology as a cultural hub to honor the reminiscence of Vikramaditya, houses the Scindia Oriental Research Institute, an artwork gallery, an archaeological museum and an auditorium. The institute also has a group of 18,000 manuscripts on distinctive topics and also manages a reference library of important oriental publications. Bark leaf and Palm leaf manuscripts are also preserved on this Oriental Research Institute.
Apart from an elaborate manuscript of Shrimad Bhagavata wherein authentic gold and silver had been used for painting, the institute also has a unique collection of age-old artwork inside the Mughal and Rajput style. The museum also shows a big range of inscriptions, images, copper plates and fossils located in the Narmada valley.A big cranium of a primitive elephant is the centre of visitor enchantment.