The wide range of utensils, in the museum, mainly carries metal utensils. The metal type varies from brass, copper, bronze, zinc to German silver. The utensils are categorized according to the purpose they served. The vessels in the exhibit are the ones used for fetching water, milking, storing ornaments, traveling, household items, worship, and the list goes on. Most of the collection is done from southern part of India , while others are collected from all the other parts of India . Russian jugs, in different shapes and sizes also add to the beauty of the set.
The splendor reflected in the design shows the heart of the craftsman put onto it, and it really touches the soul. Some of the vessels' design leave you open mouthed with its implied logical mind of the maker. For instance, you are sure to gasp at the structure of the milk pot, which is made such that on touching, it wobbles but does not fall head long. Or, if you see the traveling glass that can be made big or small. What is most amazing about them is these vessels are from 100 years to 1000 years old! It is hard to believe that all these masterpieces were produced when there were no machines to make them, plus no one possessed any degree to produce such genius products.