Gargoti, The Mineral Museum, Nasik

D-59, MIDC Malegaon,
Sinnar,Nasik 422113

9:00 a.m. To 7:00 p.m.
(Open Everyday)

Theee Grand Building of The Gargoti Museum, designed in 1998

The 1st Museum in “Sinnar, Nasik” came to existence in April 2001; it was named “Gargoti The Mineral Museum” Inaugurated by the Hands of Hon.Late Shri. Balasaheb Thackery ji, Gargoti soon emerged as a key tourist destination in the state & has marked Nasik as the epicenter of Indian Zeolite Minerals in global mineral map.

Gargoti Museum displays the personal collection of Connoisseur Mr.K.C.Pandey which the result of his consistency since past 40 years.

Mr.Pandey’s collection in the Gargoti Museum majorly consists of:

  1. Natural Indian Zeolite Minerals & Crystals
  2. Natural Gems Stones
  3. Natural Precious/Semi-Precious Stones
  4. Naturals Precious/Semi-Precious Metals
  5. Fossils
  6. Stone Handicrafts (Statues)

Collected from all around the world.

Extremely popular amongst the tourists visiting the country, Gargoti Museum, Nasik is visited by at least 200,000 visitors annually which includes families, students, celebrities, businessmen, politicians, socialites, geologists, gemologists, academicians, parliamentarians, architects, interiors designers, scientists, research scholars, mineral dealers and collectors; both national and international, who appreciate and inspire from the valiant initiative taken by Gargoti.

Quick facts about Gargoti, The Mineral Museum (Nasik)

  1. Gargoti Museum is India’s one & only Gem & Mineral Museum
  2. It is the world’s biggest “Private” Gem & Mineral Museum
  3. Gargoti Museum houses the largest & the finest collection of Indian Zeolite Minerals & Crystals in the world.

Gargoti Museum (Nasik) is majorly divided into 2 sections

The Deccan Plateau Gallery The Prestige Gallery

The Gargoti Museum – At a glance

Natural Indian Zeolite Minerals & Crystals


Natural Gems Stones


Natural Precious/Semi-Precious Stones


Naturals Precious/Semi-Precious Metals




Stone Handicrafts (Statues)

Gargoti, The Mineral Museum
D-59, MIDC, Malegaon, Sinnar, Maharashtra. India – 422113