RajasthanHistorical Monuments                      Post Review  View Reviews


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Situated in the heart of the old city and close to the railway station the museum is housed in the beautiful fort and palace built by the Mughal Emperor Akbar in 1570. It was here that the British envoy Sir Thomas Roe met Emperor jahangir in 1616. What is today commonly known as Magazine is the pala

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Housed in the old City Palace, it has a unique collection of arms, bidri work, lacquered and ivory work, musical instruments, stuffed animals, beautiful brass and pottery works from Jaipur, Multan, Bengal and Ceylon, miniature paintings and Persian and Sanskrit manuscripts. The museum is divided int

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Virat Nagar was the capital of the legendary Matsayadesli. Frequent references of Matsayadesh have been made in the Indian epic - the Mahabharat. In the epic period, the area around the district of Jaipur, Alwar and Bharatpur came to be known as Matsayadesh with Virat Nagar as its capital. The museu

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Just behind the beautiful Hawa Mahal(Palace of Winds) in the adjoining Partap Mandir, a museum was setup in the year 1983. Preserved here is the sculptural heritage collected from Ganeshwar, Virat Nagar, Raid, Sambhar and Nagar.

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