(Last Updated on : 31-08-2009)
Raja Serfoji II Memorial Hall at Thanjavur in the state of Tamil Nadu is explicitly well known for its stored objects. This museum was established in the year 1997 on the Sadar Mahal Palace.
The objects that are displayed in the museum are sculptures, bronze images, paintings, Tanjore paintings and decorative arts.
The museum welcomes people to show its ancient stores from 9am to 6pm except on National Holidays.
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