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Darbar Hall Museum

Darbar Hall Museum is an art museum situated at Junagadh, in Gujarat. The museum is housed in the hall where the erstwhile Nawabs of Junagadh used to hold court. Established in 1966, Darbar Hall Museum gives an insight into the period of Nawabi rule in Junagadh.

The museum exhibits silver plated thrones, fine carpets, huge chandeliers and a red silk carpet with diamonds resembling stars of a crimson sky. Carpets lavishly embroidered with gold thread, huge chandeliers, royal armory, portraits and paintings are also on display. Darbar Hall Museum is the part of City Palace.

The museum is open from 09:00 to 12:00 hrs and 15:00 to 18:00 hrs daily. It is closed on Wednesday, the second and fourth Saturday of every month and all public holidays.

Updated on 7th June, 2005
District: Junagadh
Location: Junagarh    


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