The Amar Mahal Palace is a palace in Jammu, inside the Indian country of Jammu and Kashmir, India, which has now been converted into a Museum. It changed into built inside the nineteenth century for Raja Amar Singh, a Dogra king by a French architect on the strains of a French Chateau. The palace become donated to the Hari-Tara charitable agree with through Dr. Karan Singh to be used as a museum.
It has many exhibits including a golden throne weighing a 120 kg, Pahari miniature and Kangra miniature paintings, a library of 25,000 antique books and lots of uncommon artwork collections. The palace turned into the ultimate legitimate residence of the Dogra dynasty, and a large series of pics of the royal own family are also on display in the Museum. The Amar Mahal Palace become planned by a French architect, in 1862.
However, it became no longer built until the 1890s. Maharani Tara Devi, spouse of the overdue Maharaja Hari Singh lived on this palace till her death in 1967. Subsequently, her son Karan Singh and his spouse Yasho Rajya Lakshmi transformed the palace right into a museum to house rare books and works of art, with the goal of "Encouraging artistic skills, to establish great arts centre and to collaborate with different compatible institutions for promotion of Indian arts".