Museums have shifted their importance from objects to community and likewise many ecomuseums development worldwide. Ecomuseum, a French origin term has made revolutionary changes in the existing notion of museums. It serves as rescue mechanism for heritage, identity and developments. Ecomuseums have made very little progress in India, whereas there are tremendous opportunities. The manifestations of India civilization can be converted into ecomuseum in a much wider connotation. In this volume, one of the manifestations of Indian civilization, the sacred complex, has been experimented. Sacred complexes in India serve not only as religious institution but also as centre for socio-cultural development. They encompass all the tangible and intangible heritage associated with a particular territory which is one of the main criterion of ecomuseum.
The theory of ecomuseum have been incorporated here. Along with, a details study of a prospective site for an ecomuseum has been discussed and how this site of sacred complex is significant has been experimented against the parameters postulated by western Museologists.