- Government museum, Kota
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Government Museum Kota
While visiting the Kota and Bundi area, a visit to its museums can be quite rewarding. Brijvilas Palace near the Kishore Sagar is the location of the Government museum.
On display are a collection of rare coins, manuscripts and a selection of Hadoti sculptures. An exquisitely sculptured statue brought here from Baroli is of note.
This museum is open each day except Fridays and government holidays from 1000 hrs to 1700 hrs.
Rao Madho Singh Museum is housed in the palace of the same name. The palace was made for son of the ruler of Bundi. This museum is a showcase for the Kota school of miniature paintings and has an excellent collection. Several epigrams, coins and manuscripts on display are also well preserved.
Beautiful frescoes and elaborate glass & mirror work can be seen in the palace. Royal family's treasures like a fine collection of weapons, miniatures, royal paraphernalia, furniture and photographs have been preserved in the Raj Mahal. The upper galleries are Laksh Bhandar, Arjun Mahal, Chhatri Mahal and Baka Mahal.
This museum is closed on Sundays and government holidays and is open from 10 am to 4.30 pm.