Rani Durgavati Museum, Jabalpur

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  • Located in the main Jabalpur city this museum has a lot to offer.. the ancient coin collection and wall writings are really interesting ... just 10 Rs entry fee is there... highly educative place for ...  more »
  • If you are fan of Indian sculpture and history, and you are in Jabalpur; then you must visit this museum. Museum has collection of relics, sculptures, from 1st to 13th century. You can see collection ...  more »
  • A place in jabalpur where you can see the historical collection.Here you can see art and cultural of M.P  more »
  • No guide. Clean and maintained place. Worth a visit
  • Good collection of historical sculptures (1 century AD to 11th Century), entry fee is very less (Indian citizen-10 ₹, photography-50₹). Opens from Tuesday to Sunday (Monday and public holidays off).
  • The one rani like the rani of jhansi go and experience her life history.
  • Nice place but need some publicity... There are only scluptures..
  • Rani Durgavati Rani Durgavati (October 5, 1524 – June 24, 1564) was a ruling Queen of Gondwana from 1550 until 1564. She was born in the family of famous Rajput Chandel Emperor Keerat Rai. She was born at the fort of Kalinjar (Banda, Uttar Pradesh) in Chandel Dynasty, which is famous in the Indian history for the defense of king Vidyadhar who repulsed the attacks of Mahmud of Ghazni. Her love for sculptures is shown in the world famed temples of Khajuraho and Kalinjar Fort. Rani Durgavati's achievements further enhanced the glory of her ancestral tradition of courage and patronage. Rani Durgavati Portrait of Durgavati Queen of Gondwana, India Born5 October 1524 Kalinjar Fort (Banda, Uttar Pradesh)Died24 June 1564 (aged 39) Narai Nala, Jabalpur, Madhya PradeshSpouseDalpat ShahFatherKeerat Rai Life Legacy See also External links Talk

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