Ganga Government Museum
The soul of Rajasthan lies in its history. The rich and magnificent history of Rajasthan is what gives its present an attractive structure to a great extent. Situated in Bikaner district of Royal Rajasthan, the Ganga Government Museum is another addition to the museums which bring history to the forefront. It showcases a number of artifacts, medieval musical instruments and anything and everything used by the then kings. The antique furniture collection of Ganga museum is worth to witness.
The museum was founded by Maharaja Ganga Singh. Later, Maharaja Karni Singh relocated the museum to a new place where it stands today. The museum treasures rich historical evidence that clearly symbolizes the lavish and extravagant lifestyle of Indian kings.
Bharatpur Government Museum
Bharatpur – The land of exotic birds and jaw-dropping landscapes; it is the magnificence of Bharatpur that makes it one of the most famous tourist destinations of Rajasthan.
The glimpses of serene beauty and the solace that pervades through the air amplifies the pleasure of the trip. Our description of the Bharatpur Palace might have already triggered you to grab your packs and embark upon a trip of a lifetime to Bharatpur, and obviously whole of Rajasthan. But we haven’t really discovered the history within Bharatpur Palace.
All history is enclosed in an intriguing section of the palace- the Government Museum. The Kamra Khas- as it was known then- is a storehouse of the artifacts, literature, and culture of that era. Inscriptions, writings, and antiques speak eloquently about the golden era. The inscriptions and works of literature also give insight into the royal family’s lineage and background.
Albert Hall Museum
History, people say, is a means to be better in the future. learning from the blunders of the past and perfecting ourselves in the present and future History has always fascinated people from time to time, and when it comes to the context of India, history leaves its traces everywhere.
It would not be an exaggeration if we reiterate the fact that Rajasthan is perhaps the only state in India which has such a diversified historical background. Named after King Albert Edward, the then Prince of Wales who laid the foundation stone for this Museum, Albert Hall Museum provides the best evidence of this historical diversification. One of the oldest museums in India, the museum, located in Jaipur is a perfect example of Indo-Saracenic architecture.
The museum contains a number of artifacts like paintings, carpets, stone, metal sculptures and crystal works.