The Uppal Museum depicts the outdoor and indoor models of physiographical
features of north western India. The Outdoor model is created by the mixture
of cement and concrete ,which shows the territoties of Himalaya surrounded
by hills and the passageway of famous rivers like the Ravi, Beas and Sutlej.
The Indoor Model is created on scale (Vertical as well as horizontal
scales) ,which shows relatively large area about 760,000 sq.km, covering
several states of north-west India including Punjab, Haryana, Himachal
Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Uttranchal and parts of Rajas than and Western
Uttar Pradesh. Heights of physical features on the model are marked by
enamel paints of different colors and the different features of the
model are shown by appropriate arrangements of light (florescent
tubes, floodlight, neon light) . The museum provides the demonstration
of physiographical diversity and offer land and water resources of
North West India . This Museum is useful for the students, researchers,
and planners to get the knowledge of the probable and restriction
of our natural resources.