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Ahar Museum

Ahar Museum

Ahar, a small town in Udaipur, is a place where all the rulers of Mewar were cremated. The town is famous for a museum called 'Ahar Museum' which is named after it. Each Cenotaph of the respective rulers have their own brave story to tell. The museum boasts of around 19 cenotaphs which are decorated beautifully. The cenotaph of Maharana Sangram Singh seems to be most interesting because of its carvings. People pay a visit to this museum to pay tribune to the great rulers. The museum displays a rare collection of skin scrubber, grain pot, animal figures stone weights, balls and seals that date back to the 1st century B.C. Terracotta toys, earthen Pots and Buddha's statue are the main draws. Today it has become a popular archaeological site visited by many researchers for archaeological evidences. The museum is open from 10 AM to 4:30PM everyday except Fridays and Government holidays.

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