Government Museum Of Fateh Prakash Palace, ChittorgarhCurrently Open
- Address: Chittorgarh Fort Village, Chittorgarh, Rajasthan 312001, India
- Timings: 09:45 am - 05:15 pm Details
- Ticket Price: 10 INR
- Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
- Tags: Museum, Palace, Family And Kids, Architecture , Specialty Museum
About Government Museum Of Fateh Prakash Palace, Chittorgarh
Housed inside the Fateh Prakash Palace, the Government museum is of much interest to the travellers who visit Chittorgarh. Built by Maharana Pratap Singh as his residence, this palace has been built in a typical Rajasthani style and interiors such as large corridors and pillars. The objects that have been displayed over here actually belong to Maharana Pratap Singh and exhibit his keen aesthetic sense. Inside, there are crystal objects that speak of history and grandeur. More so, there are pictures and paintings on the walls that delineate Rajasthani Folk tales and stories. Rest of the collection consists of a beautiful studded carpet, dining tables, dressers, perfume bottles and sofa sets. In the Durbar Hall section, you’ll be able to see axes, shields, knoves, farsa, helmets and soldier uniform.
Government Museum Of Fateh Prakash Palace Information
- Photography is prohibited in the museum.
Government Museum Of Fateh Prakash Palace Ticket Prices
- Indian Visitor: Rs. 10/Each
- Indian Student: Rs. 5/Each
- Foreigner: Rs. 50/Each
- Foreigner Student: Rs. 25/Each
Government Museum Of Fateh Prakash Palace Opening and Closing Hours
- Museum remains close on important festivals.
How To reach Government Museum Of Fateh Prakash Palace by Public Transport
- One can hire an auto rickshaw or a tempo to reach the museum from Chittorgarh town.
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Government Museum Of Fateh Prakash Palace, Chittorgarh Reviews
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Fatehprakash-Palace was built by Maharana Fateh singh(1884-1930) of Mewar. In 1968 Sate Government of Rajasthan established government, museum under archaeology and museum department. This place is double storied and rectangular in shape with north facing main entrance. There are four domes on the four corners of the palace and they are visible from a distance of around 5-6 Kilometers and each pillar is decorated with a golden coated vase on it. In the palace Bel-Butas and bird figures are engraved on the carving colourful glass which has been done by the artists of Bassi in Chittorgarh District On the upper story the wooden lattice windows have been constructed keeping I view the parda system (veil system) in such a manner that the person inside can view outside but the outsider cannot look inside. In the middle of the pool the statue of Maharana Fatehsingh is situated. Ancient stone icons (Statue), weapons, portraits and models related to art and culture of mewar and full size portraits of legends of Mewar are exhibited in the museum. Weapon room, archaeology and sculpture room painting room and gun room are there in the long gallery of the museum. Besides this photographs of ancient temples and monuments of Chittorgarh fort are also displayed in the diaramaz gallery Worth watching!!!
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