Bangur Museum is the most popular museum in Pali city which was named after Mr. Bangur Juar. Bangur Museum is located very close to the old Bus stand of Pali and exhibits a rare collection of ancient, historical and beautiful artistic items such as costumes, coins, and arms. There are many other buildings in Pali city such as Bangur Hospital, Bangur Dharmshala whose name after Mr. Bangur Juar. Its foundation was laid on 26th April 1982 and it formally opens for public on 19th July 1991.
Pre-historic Section is the first section which has stone tools belonging to the Palaeolithic period. Among others it also has blade, flake, hand axe and scrapper type tools.
Among the main attraction in the museum an idol of Sukali Mata which was brought from Auwa village. The idol of Lord Vishnu and paintings from the Jodhpur School of Painting are much attractive to see in the museum.
Visitors can also see the jewellery and costumes of Garasia tribe, 10 stone inscriptions, 326 stone sculptures, copper plates, 409 coins of medieval period, 22 miniature paintings, 4 terracotta, 3 metallic objects, 8 arms and 258 objects of miscellaneous nature. Bangur museum is a best place for the study and learning of past through real objects.
Events like Gallery Talk, Question Answer Program and Shramdan Camps makes history easy to understand and learn.
Bangur Museum Timings: 10:00 AM to 4.30 PM (All day open)
By Road: Bangur Museum is located at the centre of the Pali city near old bus stand. One can easily reach here by bus or taxi.
By Rail: Bangur Museum is well connected through nearest Pali Railway station to major cities railway stations like Delhi, Agra, Mumbai, Chennai, Bikaner, Pali, Jaipur, Ahmedabad.
By Air: Bangur Museum can be reach through nearest Jodhpur Airport (75 km) which is well connected with regular domestic flights to Delhi, Mumbai.