This brilliant, if dusty, gallery is loaded with treasures. Astoundingly antiquated, refined dolls from the Harappan Civilization, very nearly 5000 years of age, incorporate the striking Dancing Girl, and there are likewise some fine earthenware production from the significantly more seasoned Nal civilization. Different things incorporate Buddha relics, stunning adornments, scaled down works of art, medieval woodcarvings, materials and instruments. Try not to miss the gigantic, five-level wooden sanctuary chariot worked in South India in the nineteenth century.
Permit at any rate two hours for an appropriate visit. Carry your visa to acquire a sound guide (remembered for the outsider ticket cost; ₹150 extra for Indian vacationers). There’s likewise a modest as-chips bistro inside the gallery doors and round to one side. You don’t need to visit the historical center to utilize the bistro; convenient on the grounds that eating choices are constrained round here.