The Bhuri Singh Museum is a unique art museum. Established in 1908 the museum moved to its present premises in 1983. It derives its name from the enlightened Bhuri Singh who ruled the state between 1904 and 1919. On view are a fine collection of wall paintings, miniature paintings from the Pahari school and the Rang Mahal series. There are also Chamba rumals, embroidered textiles which are exclusive to the region. Other antiquities include bronzes, copper plates and wood carvings, all of which represent the artistic traditions of the state.
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