Sri Sadul Museum

Sri Sadul Museum information

Bikaner , India
Indian/foreigner ₹25/50, camera/video free/₹150
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In the grounds of the royal Lallgarh Palace (now a hotel) about 2km northeast of Junagarh, this well-presented museum celebrates the history of Bikaner’s Rathore royal family. You can see Maharaja Sadul Singh’s 1940s railway carriage, Maharaja Karni Singh’s golf clubs and hairbrush, a nice collection of Bikaner school miniatures, and lots of shooting photos right down to the medals of contemporary Princess Rajyashree Kumari, who excelled in target shooting rather than wildlife shooting.