museum highlights the richness of the culture and heritage of
Rajasthan all the way through its wide-ranging collection of excavated
items, inscriptions, sculptures, paintings and handicrafts.
Inscription section which are on display at the museum range from
those of 2nd B.C to 17th century A.D. Also on display there is plastic
art of Mewar. The sculpture gallery extends over a big hall which
contains some precious and unique specimens- Indriya Matrika from
Lagat (5th - 6th century AD); Kumari Matrika from Kumbhalgam; Shiva's
head from Kalyanpur and lain Kuber from Bansi (8th century AD).
Inscriptions which are on display at the museum date back to as early
as 200 BC.
One of the
most prominent collection of the museum are: 9000 miniature paintings
of Mewar School from the period of Maharana Jagat Singh (1628 – 1652
AD) to Maharana Swaroop Singh (1842 – 1861 AD).
It has a
Natural History section called the Children Gallery, which has models
of animals similar to tiger, deer etc. The museum also contains
collection of colorful Mewari turbans. In addition to these this
museum also has a separate Natural History section which is called the
Children Gallery, it exhibits models of animals like deer, tiger etc.