Chamba History Gallery
On the right side in Chamba history gallery stone inscription, copper plates and important archival record are on display. Inscriptions provide the information on several aspects covering a period of about one thousand years. Most of these inscriptions are on copperplates representing the information regarding the grant of land and treaties. These inscriptions are inscribed in Sharda and Takri scripts. In addition to these manuscripts some important Takri and Persian paper documents from the archives of Chamba rulers are also on display, which throw considerable light on the relation between Raja of Chamba and their suzerain the Mughals and the Durranis.