My trip to H.A.L Museum in Bangalore

August 15, 2009 By:

Table of contents for Bangalore

  1. My trip to H.A.L Museum in Bangalore
  2. My Vishweshwaraya Museum trip in Bangalore

I went to Bangalore from Delhi in Jet Airways. The weather was pleasant in Bangalore. We took an AC bus from the airport to N.A.L campus. The bus was clean and comfortable. We reached N.A.L campus at night. The campus was very big. My chacha lived on 4th floor. The trees there were very tall. The trees were going even above my chacha’s house. The market was near the campus.

The building of the campus where my chacha lives

View of the campus

One day I went to H.A.L museum by city bus. H.A.L Museum was very green. There were two buildings. We entered in the first building. There I saw a fountain. There were many flowers around it. In that building, I saw many models and pictures of various planes and helicopters made by H.A.L.

The front of the H.A.L Museum
The fountain of the first building

In the 2nd building there was a big hall. In that hall I saw a parachute. With that parachute a man was hanging wearing an oxygen mask. On the first floor of that building there was a flight simulator. There I played on computer and learned how to fly and land an aircraft.

A parachute with a man hanging from it
Learning how to fly an aircraft

We came out of the second building. Outside there were four big planes. I walked to the top of a plane and saw the area where pilot sits. I also saw an aircraft that looked like a missile. This aircraft was a pilot-less plane. On the back side of these buildings there were old helicopters. I also saw two radars. The radars help in controlling the air traffic. There was one plane in that there were only two seats. This plane was made by N.A.L. Its name was Hansa. It is used for hobby and sport flying. I also saw a heat shield. Heat shields are used to house satellites, which is to be launched into space orbit.

The pilot-less plane – Lakshya
A military helicopter
The radar
If your hobby is flying you can enjoy it
Heat shield from inside

I liked H.A.L Museum.

Then we came back by bus. There were many planes and a helicopter flying. Many military trucks were also going. I asked Papa, is it so that a war has started!

I have written this post on 15th August. I wish you all Happy independence day.

Jai-hind.

About Rachit

Rachit khamesra has written 16 posts at Ghumakkar.

I am in fifth class. I like to play cricket, football and X-Box with my friends. I like to watch movies and I like reading.

16 Responses to “My trip to H.A.L Museum in Bangalore”


  1. Cuckoo says:

    Hey Rachit !!

    You’ve become a big boy now ! That was a nice narration from your side. There is a saying in Hindi “honhaar birwaan ke hot cheekne paat” . I am so happy.

    At this rate you are going to beat everyone here on board. Keep it up and
    God bless you. :-)

    • Rachit khamesra says:

      Cuckoo

      Thank you Cuckoo. I want to travel more and more and write many stories. Your comment help me to write more. I will write more about my Bangalore trip in few days. Thank you for your blessings. And to make me feel special.

  2. nandanjha says:

    Jai Hind Captain.

    Great post.

  3. Ram N says:

    Love the way you narrated and i’m keen to go to the HAL Museum soon with my son ……….. are public allowed inside? or do we need some permissions? Thanks.

    • Rachit khamesra says:

      Ram

      Thank you. This museum is open everyday from 10am till 5pm. We don’t need any permission. Please don’t miss it. Your son will have fun there.

  4. Patrick Jones says:

    Well done, Rachit.

    Wanna be a fighter pilot?

  5. Rachit khamesra says:

    Patrick

    Thank you.

    I want to be a fighter pilot and fight with enemies.
    I will write more about Bangalore in few days.

  6. Vidyasagar says:

    Lovely!! I wish you the best. You have written wonderfully about your visit to the museum ! I enjoyed! I love flying and I make flying models. Your visit to this museum makes me want to go there too- now! I have lived here almost all my life and never been there! Thank you! God bless

    • Rachit khamesra says:

      Vidyasagar

      Thanks for writing a lovely comment. If you are a scientist then please tell me about aircrafts or if you are a pilot please take me with you in the plane. I am very happy to know that you are also planning to visit H.A.L museum. As you are in Bangalore have you visited Vishweshwaraya museum. I will write about Vishweshwaraya museum in my next post.

      Thank you for your blessings.

  7. Tanmay says:

    our college is gng der for industrial visit..

    its gonna be fun :D

    • Rachit khamesra says:

      Hello Tanmay,

      Oh! Your college is going for industrial visit to H.A.L Museum. Yes, I am sure that it will be very enjoyable for you and your friends.

  8. Gurudutt Mohite. says:

    I did not know HAL has such a fantastic Museum. Thanks Rachit for sharing your trip and photos. I hope you become a fighter pilot and fly high in our Indian skies.

    Best Wishes.

  9. Rachit Khamesra says:

    Gurudutt,

    So have you been to HAL musuem now? If you went to HAL museum did you like it ?

    Its my pleasure to share my trip and photographs of HAL museum.

    It would be a fun to fly a fighter aircraft and to fight for India. Thank you for your blessings and comment.

  10. Raja says:

    Respected sir/madam,

    we are 45 students and 2 facility members from HINDUSTHAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY,COIMBATORE want to visit your organization.It is an educational tour for our students,which will be help full to know the basic functions of your esteemed organization.It will also help to increase their leadership quality.We will be very much thankful to you,if you could kindly inform a date at your convenience at earliest.

    thanking you.
    yours faithfully,
    3rd year IT

  11. ??????? says:

    Usually I do not learn post on blogs, but I wish to say that this write-up very forced me to try and do so! Your writing style has been amazed me. Thanks, very nice post.



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