Prachina Cultural Centre & Museum
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Action Formation Education Voyage
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Junagarh · interesting places nearby
Prachina Cultural Centre & Museum information
Across the fort’s main courtyard from the palace entrance, this museum is fascinating and well labelled. It focuses on the Western influence on the Bikaner royals before Independence, including crockery from England and France and menu cards from 1936, as well as some exquisite costumes, jewellery and textiles, and exhibits on contemporary Bikaner crafts.