Dogra Art Museum is a celebrated workmanship store situated in Jammu. This notable display grandstands more than 800 uncommon depictions and articles of verifiable criticalness. There are distinctive exhibitions, where artworks from the schools of Basholi, Jammu and Kangra have been shown. The bow and bolt which are painted in gold which has a place with Shahjahan, the Mughal Emperor is there at the Museum.
Some carpentry instruments are additionally there alongside those bow and bolt. The written by hand Persian original copies of Sikandernama and Shahnama and the scandalous Krishna-Sudama artworks of eighteenth century are strikingly entrancing. Available effortlessly by traveler's transports, it is a decent Museum which draws consideration of the history and craftsmanship darlings.