Collections of Rani Durgawati Museum
Rani Durgawati Museum is a home to primitive lettering and many more intriguing articles. The relics in this museum are known to be prehistoric. This museum holds an impressive and rare collection of inscriptions. More specifically, stone and copper inscriptions, along with ancient coins and a photograph exhibition of Bhedaghats 64 Yogini Temple will be evident to the visitors in the galleries upstairs. This museum has a collection of exquisite 110th centuries sculptures garnered from local sites. Lord Shiva and his wife Parvati are depicted in the museum in red sandstone. Their replica will be evident as engaged in a game of Chausar. This replica is considered to be the most popular attraction of the museum. A statue of Goddess Durga is also housed in the museum. It is known to be collected from a place called Doni. A replica of Goddess Saraswati in the museum is known to be made using sandstone. An idol of Goddess named Yogini is also a relic of the Rani Durgawati Museum. This museum has a separate section to house the relics related to Indias Father of Nation, Mahatama Gandhi. These relics comprise the letters and pictures of Mahatama Gandhi.
Other Places of Attraction around Rani Durgawati Museum
St Pauls Church, Free Manas Hall, Geeta Temple, Delite Talkies, Tilwara Ghat, Om Durga Sai Mandir, Hanuman Mandir, Disciples Church and English Methodist Church are some of the other places of attraction around Rani Durgawati Museum.
The nearest airport to Rani Durgavati Museum is Jabalpur Airport in Jabalpur. This airport is located at a distance of about 10 km from Rani Durgavati Museum. The nearest railway station to Rani Durgavati Museum is Jabalpur Train Station.
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