About Patna Museum
The Patna Museum, privately known as the Jadu Ghar is an exceptionally mainstream gallery, putting away in excess of 50,000 uncommon craftsmanship objects, including Indian curios from the old, medieval times and the British frontier period. It was worked in 1917 and was begun on 3 April of that year amid the British administer to house the authentic curios established in Patna. This place is an unquestionable requirement visit for the individuals who wish to encounter the authentic culture.
The rich gathering of the historical center will take you back to the past to think back Indian history and brilliance. Developed in the style of Mughal and Rajput design, the exhibition hall has diverse displays which contain artful culminations from the past. The Holy Relic Casket, with the hallowed fiery debris of Lord Buddha and the wonderful statue, Yakshani, are the most featured attractions of the place.
Archeological protests, for example, coins, craftsmanship objects, depictions, instruments, materials, thankas, bronze models and earthenware pictures by different Hindu and Buddhist specialists are in plain view in the exhibition hall.