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Museum – Kalibangan


Archaeological Museum, Kalibangan
(District Hanumangarh, Rajasthan)

The museum was set up in 1983 to house the excavated materials found from the excavation conducted between 1961-69 on this Harappan site.

The pottery and antiquities are displayed in three galleries. Among these one gallery displays the Pre-Harappan finds whereas other two are devoted to Harappan artifacts.

The exhibits in the galleries include Harappan seals, bangles, terracotta objects, terracotta figurines, bricks, grinders, stone balls and the well known six fabric pottery repertoire from A to E of Pre-Harappan level of Kalibangan. Besides, images of exposed structures of different levels of excavations have also been displayed.

Opening Hours : 9.00 am to 5.00 pm
Closed on – Friday

Entrance Fee :
Rs. 5/- per head
(Children up to 15 years free)

For more informations, Please visit:

Contact detail

Shri B. R. Singh,
Assistant Superintending Archaeologist,
Archaeological Museum, Archaeological Survey of India,
Kalibangan- 335 803
District Hanumangarh, Rajasthan
Ph: 01508-233116

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