Goa Chitra Museum is a tribute by its founder to his ancestors. It has a unique collection and display of traditional farming implements and other ancient tools. Beginning with the original 200 privately collected items, the collections have now grown to more than 4000 objects on display. Each of the artifacts is supplemented by information. Re-Utilisation and recycling of materials like wood work, doors, windows, pillars, railings and other materials and elements from over 300 demolished traditional houses that have been recovered by the designer contribute to the contemporary outlook of the structure with its blend of traditional elements and modern technologies. The concept of the museum is to hold the philosophy that resources in today’s world should not be wasted if, their use is not necessary. Goa Chitra Museum believes in reviving age old traditions through the museum display. It has outrage programs which allow the younger generation to share the wisdom of the past, with the hope that this will create awareness about nature, its influences, and benefits on human life.