The Sardar Government Museum is located in Public Park, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India. The museum is known as after Sardar Singh, a maharaja of Jodhpur, and turned into built beneath the reign of his son, Maharaja Umed Singh. It turned into built with the aid of Henry Vaughan Lanchester in 1909 and formally opened to public on 17 March 1936. Henry Vaughan Lanchester was a British architect working in London. He served as editor of The Builder, became a co-founding father of the Town Planning Institute and a recipient of the Royal Gold Medal.
Lanchester become born in St John's Wood, London. His father, Henry Jones Lanchester, was an established architect, and his more youthful brother, Frederick W. Lanchester, changed into to come to be an engineer. He changed into articled to his father, however additionally worked in the places of work of London architects F.J. Eadle, T.W. Cutler and George Sherrin from 1884-1894. The museum is split into 4 sections the archaeological, armory, artwork and craft and historical sections. It is particularly rich in guns, textiles, miniature images and local arts and crafts.