Rajasthan the land of colors and the land of Rajasthani is the largest state of the Republic of India in terms of area, which encompasses of the major area of the uncongenial Great Indian Desert edge parallel to the Sutlej-Indus River along with its border with Pakistan. Rajasthan is well-known for its cultures, geography, wildlife, flora and flauna, the haveli’s, and Museums of Rajasthan.
The department of Archaeology and Museums of Rajasthan has been making efforts to preserve, discover, exhibit, interpret and protect the cultural legacy embodied in various forms of architecture and art since 1950. There are many museums which can be found almost in the small or big cities in Rajasthan. Most of the Museums of Rajasthan is most at the old forts and palaces, reflecting the prosperous history of the state.
There are number of museums but those which are most popular among the tourist are namely Ajmer Government Museum, Hawa Mahal Museum (Jaipur), Virat Nagar Museum, Alwar Government Museum, Junagarh Fort of Museum (Bikaner), Ganga Golden Jubilee Museum and Amer Archeology Museum (Jaipur).
Many more museums on the list which goes has follows like the Arabic Institute Tonk, Birla Museum – Pilani, Modern Art Gallery, City Palace Museum, Lok Kala Museum, Rao Madhu Singh Museum, Folklore Museum, Shilp Gram Museum, Dungapur Museum, Udaipur Government Museum, Fateh Prakash Museum, Museum Indology, Archeology Museum- Udaipur and much more on the list. The Archoelogy Museum, at Udaipur has a varied collection done at the mound of Dhulkot during the excavations. Has Rajasthan is an place where Culture dewels and has being the birth place of Rajputs who were famous during their times for the higher standard of living, their culture, their Haveli’s which comprised all the antiques which were unique and expensive. Not only during those times but even now Rajasthan is still on the list of its cultural heritage that comes through its people their culture, their Festivals, its desert and the Museums of Rajasthan. The museums their have kept it a tourist attraction has most of the tourist visiting here are for the museums and the culture has the culture of Rajasthan is well preserved in the museums and the Rajasthanis that live here.