One of the main two private historical centers in Bihar, Jalan Museum, was developed in English and Dutch style of engineering close to the banks of the Ganges. The exceptional home to Bihar's old legacy, this historical center was set up by Diwan Bahadur Radha Krishna Jalan who additionally dealt with the displays. Enthralled by the magnificence of the place, Jalan obtained a piece of the Quila Fort keeping in mind the end goal to set up the gallery.
The building was harmed in a quake however later it was changed into a historical center. Jalan Museum is home to about 10,000 ancient rarities from different parts of the world. The displayed objects having a place with different periods, however for the most part having a place with the cutting edge times incorporates furniture, figures, and symbols made of stone, earthenware, metal, glass, porcelain and ivory.