Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum is in Pune, Maharashtra. The museum has nearly around 20,000 collections of objects paintings, handicrafts, armour-suits, musical instruments and many other objects of art and artifacts collected from all over the world. The building has been designed in a Rajasthani-style, but the galleries give a clear depiction of the life and culture of the Marathas.
Dinkar Kelkar spent almost 60 years traveling and purchasing objects
from the remote areas and towns of India. Dividing into 36 sections, the
collections are confined mostly to everyday life like pots, lamps,
containers, nutcrackers, pen stands. 'Mastani Mahal' is regarded to be
the masterpiece to this museum, which was erected here in its original
Articles belonging to Mughal and Maratha periods that dates back to
17th century are displayed at Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum. Musical
instruments, metalwork, exquisite chitrakathi paintings and a unique
lock collection are the other attractions of the museum.
Timings: 8.30 am-6.00 pm
Closed On: Government Holidays
Viewing Time: Half an hour
Raja Dinkar Kelkar museum Pune has collections of paintings, handicrafts, musical instruments, objects of art and artifacts collected from all over the world.