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Department Museum:
The Department has set up a Museum with various artifacts collected during the exploration and excavation activities of the Department as a part of field work for the students at Post-graduate, M.Phil and Ph.D levels. These artifacts ranged from Neolithic times to early historic period. A number of Neolithic stone implements, blades and potteries are exhibited in the Department Museum as teaching aids and also for research purposes.

The Department has also procured a very rich collection of numismatics dating from the Satavahanas down to the Asaf Jahis. The coins pertaining to the Bahamanis and Mughals are also procured Sri M. Gopal Reddy Research scholar of the Department has collected and presented them to the Department. Dr. Amazad Ali of Warangal who is interested in numismatics has donated one gold and one silver coin to the Department.


Generally the Research Scholars of this Department opt for micro studies pertaining to modern period of the Telangana Region for their M.Phil and Ph.D degrees Therefore, they have to consult the archival material for their research. The Department has requested the A.P. State Archives, Government of Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad to set up its Regional Archives at Warangal. Thus the Regional branch of A.P State Archives has come into existence for which the University as kindly provided free accommodation on the campus. The Regional Archives has very rich collection of the office records of the erstwhile Warangal Suba and the present districts of Warangal, Khammam, Karimnagar and Adilabad. Besides the primary material, Research Manuals, Gazetteers, Journals, and other source books published by the A.P. State Archives are made available in the Regional Archives for the benefit of research scholars.


History and Culture Exhibitions was conducted on the occasion of Silver Jubilee Celebrations of our University from 26 to 29 January, 2001, in collaboration with Archaeological Survey of India, Department of Archaeology and Museums, Government of Andhra Pradesh, Salarjung Museum, Telugu University and Andhra Pradesh Tourism and Travel Development Corporation, Hyderabad. The  archaeological remains found available in and around Warangal such as sculpture representations, early paintings artifacts, pottery of Megalithic cultures, stone and iron implements of early historic  period, coins ranging from the Satavahanas to the British period, photo exhibition of monumental heritage of Andhra Pradesh and drawings and sketches showing the evolutionary Process, etc, and the Photo-exhibition of Tourism Development of Andhra Pradesh with special reference to Warangal region were exhibited.