Tourist Paradise - Jammu
This is a beautiful palace of red
sand stone which stands amidst the most pictursque environments of Jammu. There is
beautiful view of the Shivaliks at the north and the River Tawi flows down below.
adding to the Grandeur. This was once the residential palace of Raja Amar Singh. the
palace has been converted to a museum and is looked after by Hari-Tara Charitable trust.
The museum has a golden throne made of 120kg pure
|gold sofa and has
golden lions embedded into it. The thore is placed in a hexagonal room
The museum has a gallery of paintings of paintings known as NAL
DAMYANTI. It has a library of around 25000 books on various subjects and disciplines. This
is really a beautiful spot to be visited
||round the year in Jammu. Hotel
Hari Nivas Palace Hotel :A heritage Hotel is also located adjacent to this.
How to Reach
Auto Rickshaws from anywhere in the Jammu city can take you
to this place on payment of nominal charges. Minibuses do also ply but are not allowed to
enter the Palace complex so you have to walk upto the palace .
||Tel : 5676
||Open in Winter :
||1000 to 1200hrs. and
1500 to 1700 hrs.
||1700 to 1900 hrs.
||1000 to 1200 hrs.
||State Holidays and
paintings, family portraits of rulers of Jammu and Kashmir, a library. Of interest by
itself is the building, a former palace desiged like a French Chateau, in which the museum
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