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Location: Pali, Rajasthan
Attractions: Sculptures, Stone Work & Terracotta Items
Timings: 10.00 am To 4.30 pm

The Pali region and the course of the desert ancient kingdoms of Godwar and Marwar have contributed to the rare collection of antiquities at Shri Bangar Govenement Museum. The contribution of this region to the realm of art and architecture is substantial both qualitatively as well as quantitatively.

The museum provides a glimpse into the rich culture through its various stages of evolution, from the past to the present time. The displays inside the museum are -

Sculptures From: Neemaj, Nadol, Pall, Balbana, Auwa, Hemawa, Bhinmal (Jalor)
Coins From: Ranakpur
Terracotta From: Nadol
Copper Plates From: Bamnera, Nadol
Wood Works From: Bagri, Sojat
Stone Work From: Raipur
Inscriptions From: Pall, Nadol, Beethoo, Auwa, Bijapur
Folk Costumes Ornaments And Musical Instruments From: Bhimana
Special Attractions: Observatory instruments and statues found from Pall and Ball. The large statue of Thanak Vishnu (6th Century AD) found from Hemawas(Pali)

Entry Fee: Free entry every Monday
Timing: 10.00 am to 4.30 pm
Closed: Friday and gazetted holidays.

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