Indore museum or the Central museum is one of the oldest museums in the Malwa region that houses a fine collection of art and artefacts from medieval and pre-medieval eras. The exhibits on display range from sculptures of Hinglajgarh, an ancient fort in the Mandsaur district to sculptures from the early Gupta and Parmara times. It is believed that the Parmara style originated in the city of Indore and its main features include depiction in stone, intricate ornamentation and proportioned figures. While the first gallery of the museum houses stone tools, ornaments and domestic use articles, its second gallery displays an exquisite range of Hindu mythological carvings. The museum is located near the General Post Office in Indore and is open from 10 am to 5 pm on all days, except Monday.

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