Gujari Mahal is one of the celebrated archeological exhibition halls of India arranged in Gwalior. The building is initially a royal residence worked by lord Man Singh for his better half Mrignayani, who was a Gujar. In this manner the royal residence got the name Gujari Mahal. In the year 1922, it was changed over into a historical center by the paleontology office. The gallery has 28 displays and 9000 relics.
It has ancient rarities from the first century onwards. Valuable stones, gems, earthenware objects, weapons, curios, figures, works of art, engravings, ceramics, and so forth are shown here. The wide exhibit of figures in the Gujari Mahal historical center incorporates the world popular Shalabhanjika Yakshi, Trimurthi Nataraj Ardhanareshwar and Yamraj.