Bhuri Singh Museum
Chamba, Himachal pradesh
Bhuri Singh Museum, officially established in 1908, is named after the illustrious King Raja Bhuri. He was the one who contributed the compilation of paintings of his family to the museum. In addition, the museum also exhibits the inscriptions, which are in Sarda scripts. These scripts provide vital information on the medieval account of Chamba. The history of the region states that the Chamba rulers were great patrons of arts and culture. This can be best seen through the collection available on display in this museum. Outstanding collections of Guler-Kangra style paintings are also showcased in this museum. In addition, the Basohli style paintings, which illustrate the Bhagwat Purana and Ramayana, are the major attractions for tourists visiting this museum.