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Darbar Hall Museum

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The Nawab of earstwhile Junagadh State used to hold Darbars in the Hall known as Kacheri. When the last Nawab Mahabatkhan fled the possession of Junagadh was taken by the Regional Commissioner at Rajkot on behalf of the Government of India on 9th November 1947. The Kacheri Hall along with other buildings used by the Nawab was taken under protection and when the Junagadh state merged in Union of Saurastra in 1949 it was opened for the public to visit but it was not a part of the Museum Today.

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Gujarat, India
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2 hours
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21.5206743°N, 70.4643677°E
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Read traveller's reviews about Darbar Hall Museum..

Overall Rating:4.3

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"nice musem and some rare thing of king sits and other stuff of king have to visit once some armor and etc must have to visit this place"
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"Administrative office during subedar era.."
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"it is close on Wednesday and 2 nd abd 4 th of saturday of the month...."
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"Nice museum.."
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"Royal or say it in gujrati 'nawaabi'"

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