THIS UNUSUAL MUSEUM is set amidst beautifully landscaped, spacious grounds. Exhibits are displayed both in the garden and in specially constructed rural huts. The collection itself is equally unusual in its devotion to objects of everyday use, that have been exquisitely crafted by unknown, rural artisans. OP Bain, whose personal collections gave birth to this museum, has donated combs, nutcrackers, lamps, toys, footscrubbers and kitchenware, to demonstrate how even the most utilitarian objects can possess an innate beauty. Terracotta objects from all over India, in every shape and size, are also on display.’l'hey include striking pots made in traditional techniquesunchanged for centurieand towering figures of South Indian village deities.