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Sri Pratap Singh Museum

Sri Pratap Singh Museum

Situated in Lal Mandi at the left bank of the river Jhelum of Jammu and Kashmir state in India, Sri Pratap Singh Museum is an interesting historical place where you will get to know about the great history of Jammu and Kashmir. The summer palace of Kashmir kings, the museum has valuable ancient terracotta heads of the 3rd century found at the Buddhist site at Ushkur and molded terracotta plaques of 4th & 5th century from Harwan. Apart from that, an ancient brass model of Lokeshvara, copper image of Lord Buddha in 5th century Gandhara-style and the green stone structures of Lord Vishnu sitting on Garuda are additional attractions here. Along with that, shawls, arms & armory, paintings, ancient coins and Ladakhi handicrafts are the other beautiful items displayed at the museum.


Visit the place and have a closer look at the history and culture of Kashmir at the Sri Pratap Singh Museum. The place remains open on all the days except on Wednesdays from 10 am to 5 pm. Tourist need to present their passport before entering the museum for security reasons in Jammu and Kashmir. The entry fee charged to enter the museum foe Indians is RS 10 and for Foreigner it is Rs 50.


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