It has probably the richest treasure of rajput and mughal paintings of 18th and 19th centuries and some rare and ancient manuscripts in persian, arabic, urdu and sanskrit. Some important manuscripts exhibited here are-gulistan (the garden of roses), ‘Waqiate Babari’ (autobiography of the mughal emperor babar) and ‘Bostan’ (Peoms) etc. there is also a copy of ‘Mahabharta’, painted by the artists of the Alwar school.
The armoury section has a rich collection of diverse and amazing Indian weapons, which includes, weapons dating back to the days of hazrat ali, prophet Muhammad’s son-in-law and the swords and armour of Mohd. Ghori, Akbar and Aurangzeb.