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Channdradhai Museum

From times immemorial Bihar had been the middle of rich cultural tradition. This is a land of faith and the hometown of great religious leaders like Buddha, Mahavir and Nanak. Great kings like Chandragupta Maurya, Ashoka and Sher Shah also sleet from this East Indian state.

It was recognized in 1957 by the state Government. Zamindar of Madhubani Babu Chandradhai Singh donated all his personal gathering to this museum and the Museum was named after him.

The museum contains terracotta, coins, paintings, stone objects, gold objects, old arms and furniture, jewellery, musical instrument ivory works, bronzes, manuscripts, textiles costumes and dresses etc

The Museum remains open to the private from 10.30am to 4.30pm on all the days except Monday, 3 Days In Holi, 2 Days In Durga Puja, 26th January & 15th August.

Location : station road at Darbhanga.