PO Box 6156 Hawelli
The Museum is a private collection of the Rajab family. The collection began during early 1950s and was open to general public during 1980. The Museum is divided into two sections. One deals with pottery, calligraphy, metalwork, wood, ivory, glass, and jade carvings of the Islamic world. Calligraphy is presented in a small room, showing picture from the Holy Quran. The second section of the museum comprises embroideries, textiles, costumes, and jewelry of the Islamic world, and also objects from Bhutan, Nepal, and Tibet.
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