Darbar Hall
Royal Kangra Museum, Kangra, Himachal Pradesh

Kangra group
Galleries at the Museum

Darbar Hall:
The central gallery is the KANGRA DURBAR or the hall of audience. This has been recreated to show the visitors how Rajput Kings held court.

Kangra Paintings:
The Kangra Miniature paintings are by far the finest Rajput paintings of India. The are considered to be the renascences of Indian art. In the time of Maharaja Sansar Chandra the master artist of his court produced some 32000 paintings. Some of the Famous series were the Bara-masa, Naika, Bihari Sat-Sai, Bhagavata-Purana, Gita-Govind, Raghmala. In the museum you will get to see some examples of these paintings.