Maharaja Chhatrasal Museum, Dhubela Sixteen km away from Chhatarpur, nestles the Maharaja Chhatrasal Museum, popularly known as the Dhubela Museum. The museum is the storehouse of copper plates, display inscriptions, lingas and images of Gupta and Kalachuri period. There is a wide variety of Shakti cult sculptures and collection of Jaina images as well. Garments, weapons and paintings of Bundela kings are the star attraction of the museum. In and around, there are around eight galleries in the museum. Besides there are theme based paintings, prominent work related to the emperors of Rewa, Panna and Charkhari. Inside the museum, there is an Amusement gallery that has eight huge convex-concave mirrors that entertain tourist by their funny images.
Address: Chhatrasal Museum Road, Mausahaniya, 471201, Madhya Pradesh
Timings: 10:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Special Attractions: Copper Plates, Sati Pillars, Lingas and Inscribed Images Of The Gupta And Kalachuri Period