Umaid Bhavan Museum – The Clock Collection

March 25, 2014

I have heard of strange collections – a collection of railway engines and a  collection hangman’s nooses!

But most collectors however focus on simpler objects – like coins and clocks.

Although I do not understand clocks at all, here I present photos of the collection showcased in the Umaid Bhavan Palace Museum.

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Royal recognition came to an official end when the kingdom was absorbed into the Republic of India in 1956.

Times changed. In spite of this large collection of time-machines.

GO BACK TO RAJASTHAN DIARIES

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March 2014

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