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Gramophone Museum in India
Lata Deenanath Mangeshkar Gramophone Record Museum in Indore, Sunny's Gramophone Museum in Kerala and Umananda Duwarah's Gramophone Museum in Assam are major Gramophone Collections in India.
Lata Deenanath Mangeshkar Gramophone Record Museum, Madhya Pradesh
Lata Deenanath Mangeshkar Gramophone Record Museum near singer's birthplace in Indore, Madhya Pradesh is the largest Gramophone Museum in India with 28,000 rare gramophones records. Suman Chaurasia, a tea vendor by profession has built this museum with 6000 songs of Lata, others include singers from Pakistan, Bangladesh and West.
Umananda Duwarah's Gramophone Museum, Assam
Umananda Duwarah of Moran, a curator of cultural heritage. His own Gramophone Museum in Assam is the largest Gramophone museum in India. This museum has over 1,600 gramophone records that include the original voices of Jyotiprasad, Bishnu Rabha and Phani Sarma, besides the original record of the first Assamese recorded song of 1942. Umananda Duwarah's gramophone museum is opened for visitors only on Saturday and Sunday afternoon but for long distance visits, the Museum is opened any time of the day if proper appointments are arranged. For more info on the Museum, you can mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Discs & Machines - Sunny's Gramophone Museum, Kerala
D&M is a private museum of gramophones and an archive of shellac gramophone records (1898 to 1972) and other recording media. It is located at Plassanal, near Pala in Kottayam District of Kerala. Sunny's Gramophone Museum contains two parts to it - An archive of Discs plus some display boards..,Balcony to display machines, parts etc...For more info on the Museum, you can visit official website www.sunnysgramophonemuseum.com