The Ahar Museum, Udaipur is named after the beautiful city Ahar, where this museum is located. Ahar is the capital of Sisodias and is about 3 Kms away from Udaipur, in Rajasthan. There are various types of iron objects and also a wide variety of other objects of art forms in the magnificent Ahar Museum. These objects are around 5000 years old. Earthen Pots are among the rare collection of antiquities in Ahar Museum.
History: The architectural pieces stored in the museum are extremely old, as a matter of fact some of the pieces date back to 1700 BC. One of the major attractions and an eye catcher is a Buddha statue, which is a 10th century figure made out of metal.
Description: The Ahar Museum displays the royal cenotaphs and memorials of the Maharajas of Mewar. These cenotaphs are some of the most remarkable and noteworthy pieces of architecture exhibited in the Ahar Museum. There are a huge number of cenotaphs in Ahar Museum in Udaipur, India.
There are about nineteen cenotaphs of the great Maharanas which are cremated there. Among all the cenotaphs in Ahar Museum, Rajasthan, one of the most striking cenotaphs is that of Maharana Amar Singh, who ruled during the period 1597 to 1620. The work of art attached to these cenotaphs are something to look out for. Whenever tourists visit Udaipur they should definitely go and visit the magnificent Ahar Museum, Udaipur for a lifetime experience.
|Timing||:||10:00 am to 04.30 pm, Closed on Friday and National holidays.|
|Entry Fee||:||Rs 3 per person|
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