Rajasthan is an Indian state synonymous with royalty, immediately painting a picture of palaces, golden hues, architectural marvels and rustic culture. One can explore the wonders of Rajasthan by visiting its infamous museums for an insight into the history and folklore of the land.
Here are 5 museums in Rajasthan that should be on your itinerary:
City Palace Museum, Udaipur
The City Palace Museum is famous for its collection of Indian culture of Kachwaha rulers. It contains several ornaments, weapons, paintings and murals from the olden times and is marvelous to wander in.
Ahar Museum, Udaipur
This museum is truly a hidden gem for art lovers and history enthusiasts. It showcases pottery and other amazing artefacts from the prehistoric times as well. It is also famous for the Ahar Cenotaphs.
Albert Hall Museum, Jaipur
This museum comprises a wide range of old arts and crafts like carpets, stone ivory statues and metal sculptures as well as some medieval weaponry.
Maharao Madho Singh Museum, Kota
This museum comprises a wide range of traditional Kota paintings and some extraordinary sculptures of the royal family of Alwar.
Mayo College Museum, Ajmer
The Mayo College museum is infamous for its wide range of artefacts, paintings, sculptures, coins and photographs. The infrastructure is huge and spread across 18 rooms of the campus.