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Museum - Ropar

Archaeological Museum, Ropar (Punjab)

The Archaeological Museum is situated about 40 kms north east of Chandigarh on the Rupnagar Chandigarh highway on the bank of sutlej river. It was opened to public in the year 1998. 

Opened to public in the year 1998, the museum houses the archaeological remains of excavated site near Ropar, the first Harappan site excavated in Independent India. The excavation revealed a cultural sequence from Harappan to medieval times. Important exhibits include antiquities of Harappan times, Painted Grey ware culture, Saka, Kushana, Gupta times such as Vina Vadini (lady playing on vina), steatite seal, copper and bronze implements, ring stone, yakshi image, gold coins of Chandragupta. Besides, the visitors can have a glimpse of important protected monuments of Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and World Heritage monuments.

Timings of visit: 10.00 am to 5.00 pm.
Closed on - Friday 
Entrance Fee: Rs. 2.00 
(Children up to 15 years free) 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Contact detail

Gautam Haldar,
Assistant Superintending Archaeologist,
Archaeological Museum, Archaeological Survey of India,
Ropar, District Rupnagar, 
Punjab 
Ph: 01881-221230 (t-f)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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