G.D. Naidu Industrial Exhibition

G.D. Naidu Industrial Exhibition, Coimbatore

G.D. Naidu Industrial Exhibition
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Mukesh_Mumbai
Bombay, India383 contribuciones
ene. de 2020
Must visit place with kids. Few science concepts well explained. Requires at least 2 hours for going thro' all displays.
Escrita el 25 de enero de 2020
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kartik1402
Bombay, India342 contribuciones
may. de 2019
this museum is within the education complex. it can be covered alongwith the car museum. both close 5 pm, so ensure that you have enough time on hand. science museum has some interesting exhibits explaining scientific concepts. also several olden instruments are on display.
Escrita el 31 de agosto de 2019
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bharadwaj
Chennai (Madras), India91 contribuciones
dic. de 2018 • Familia
The car museum and the industrial exhibition are something that all Indians must watch. Should our civilization end, this would be the best documentation of our evolution.
Escrita el 2 de enero de 2019
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Varun Mehta
Bangalore District, India13 contribuciones
dic. de 2018
I feel this place is more of for kids as a most of stuff is very common museum thing.A lot of unneccesaary things like daily stationary and all are kept along with a lot of exciting and old things being kept there.
However keep in mind there are no canteens to eat anything so if going with kids carry water bottle and some snack
Escrita el 2 de enero de 2019
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b rohith k
17 contribuciones
ago. de 2018 • Amigos
About the museum:
It is been named after the greatest scientific genius of Coimbatore Late. G. D. Naidu.
This is a must see the place in Coimbatore.

>> Car museum: Ticket price= rs50
The price which you pay is worth it.
You will have less chance to see the cars and their models in the regular world.

>>Science Museum: Ticket price= rs20
Really interesting scientific items displayed.
You will have a chance to see a lot of scientific excellence as in the time frame and their development.

Tips for the visit:
>> There is a price discount available in the fee for 20 or more people.
>> Plan your day Because it was because time may be insufficient.
>> Best suited for children, even adults are very much interested in the displayed items.
>> Keep the internet handy so that you can surf and learn a lot of information.
Escrita el 30 de agosto de 2018
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Rajahiyer
Nairobi, Kenia736 contribuciones
ago. de 2018 • Familia
Gopalasami Doraisami Naidu is a Genius from Coimbatore,tho' not formally educated beyond 10th STD,imported a motorized cycle and learnt all about motors.He invented the first Indian electric motor.All his inventions are kept in a Museum,GDNaidu museum in Avinashi Road, which is an inspiration for technically minded youngsters! Many cars like Rolls Royce, Austin and his invention recognised by Hitler's Germany in 1934 are in display!
Escrita el 8 de agosto de 2018
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Mahesh A
Chennai (Madras), India76 contribuciones
may. de 2018 • Familia
This is in the same building as the GD car museum.
The wide range of collections speaks volumes about the determination and interest in science of a great man Mr.G.D.Naidu.

We can see a lot of interesting stuff here.
A few experiments for the kids explaining some concepts of the science is also there.
The different types of mirror will be definitely enjoyed by the kids.

They have a huge collection of different variety of things - cameras, televisions, radios etc., Do visit the old computers section and we can realize how far the technology has advanced. Takes about 1-2 hours for the visit.

If you have an inclination for museum and vintage items, then this place is highly recommended.
Escrita el 2 de julio de 2018
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PankajShende
Bombay, India374 contribuciones
abr. de 2018 • Familia
Gedee Car Musuem and Industrial or science exhibition is in the same complex so you can see both when you come here. On the Avinashi road very easily getiing here by auto from main areas of Coimbatore. The collection of Mr G.D. Naidu on all the products of electonical product, mechanical products, automobile and others is really awesome. Many of the exhibits were gifted by some people to Mr Naidu and it mentions so near the exhibit. You can actually see the evolution of product eg camera from how the earlier days camera was to what it is now. It is similar for lot of things like computer, tape recorders etc. The special collection to see is some of the innovations which run on video just next to the display of those exhibits which is must see. There is a small section for interaction as well which one finds similar to science museums. Overall must visit along with car museum when in Coimbatore.
Escrita el 12 de mayo de 2018
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akhilchandu
234 contribuciones
may. de 2017 • Amigos
If you are a tech freak, then do check out the GD Naidu Industrial Exhibition if you are in Coimbatore. Technocrat G.D. Naidu, a legend in his field, is the father of several inventions in the field of automobile, electronics, mechanical and agriculture. This exhibition has been established in his name and it displays his contributions. G.D Naidu Industrial Exhibition is on Avinashi Road.

Mr. G.D. Naidu traveled abroad extensively and on these travels, he would bring back the latest and most advanced technologies; he would conduct temporary, short duration industrial educational exhibitions in a well-known building in Gopal Bagh. His objective was to offer the younger generation ample exposure to this field.  The popularity of these exhibitions increased and thanks to this overwhelming response and appeals from the public, a permanent museum was set up by the Industrial Labor Welfare Association. This was the brainchild of GD Naidu, and it was inaugurated by K Hanumanthaiya, former Chief Minister of Mysore, January 2, 1967. In 1972, a trust called GD Naidu Charities was formed.
Escrita el 26 de noviembre de 2017
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PRIYAA1989
139 contribuciones
sept. de 2017 • Familia
This exhibition has all kinds of tools and machinery that make our life simple. Always this place has more number of visitors. It is a best place for children to practically learn and gain knowledge.
Escrita el 22 de octubre de 2017
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