The Rajiv Gandhi Regional Museum of Natural History, which was launched on March 1, 2014 at 3 p.m. at Ramsinghpura, Sawai Madhopur by Finance Minister Mr. Namo Narayan Meena, adds another feather to Rajasthan's historically rich crown. The museum will most likely be open every day between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m., except for Mondays and national holidays. Rajasthan has various features beneath its dome that enrich Indian heritage, and the Regional Museum of Natural History is considered as an extra value to the state.
The museum is located in Ramsinghpura, a hamlet 9 kilometers from Sawai Madhopur. The museum, which is spread across 7.2 acres of land, is attractively built and strives to raise awareness of the diversity of life on Earth. The three-story museum will display the flora, wildlife, mineral richness, and geology of India's western and western desert regions. As of the present, just the ground level is open, featuring a well-designed display about Ranthambore's fauna and the famous Ranthambore Fort.
The main draws are the effigy of a Tiger/Leopard/Black Buck/Sambhar Deer/Spotted Deer, among others. Other attractions include a live village scene and a huge depiction of Ranthambore Fort. The museum also contains a pottery stand and an art gallery where visitors may watch live pottery and painting being made. These goods are also available for purchase. While depicting the knowledge or interrelationship between plants and animals,the museum is likely to provide educational and extracurricular activities for schools. It has a library with around 10,000 volumes on animals and nature; visitors are welcome to take any of the books for free reading. Photography and videography have also been maintained free of charge. Two naturalists have been assigned to the museum to help visitors. An auditorium with seating for 300 people has also been built for deliberate lectures and wildlife documentary screenings; however, the fees for hire and the procedure for obtaining authorization have not yet been announced. This museum also aims to exhibition the country's natural heritage and history, as well as to gain international prominence in the coming years.