Fateh Prakash Museum
Inside Chittorgarh Fort, Rajasthan.
Built In :
On Display :
Post-Medieval Sculptures And Clay Models Of Local Tribes.
Major Sections :
Archaeology, Art Gallery, Tribal Woodcrafts & Weaponary
Inside the historical Chittaurgarh Fort, one big portion of Fateh Prakash Palace in Chittorgarh was transformed into a museum in the year 1968.
It has a big set of sculptures. Among the vital ones are Ganpati (8th -9th century) from Pangarh and lndra and Ambica statues from Rashmi village of post medieval period.
The division dedicated to weapons, daggers, armoury consists of old shields, helmets, axes, farsa, knives and soldiers' uniforms. The clay models of local tribes with their traditional outfits have also been displayed in a room.
The complete palatial museum has been divided in a variety of sections like Archaeology, Coins, Art Gallery, Wood Crafts of Bassi village, Weapons and Tribal Life.
Free entry every Monday
: 10.00 am to 4.30 pm
: Friday and gazetted holidays.