Nagaur Fort Interiors, before and after conservation. Left image, courtesy of the Ahhichatragarh-Nagaur Fort, Mehrangarh Museum Trust . Image on right, by Neil Greentree.

Nagaur Fort Interiors, before and after conservation. Left image, courtesy of the Ahhichatragarh-Nagaur Fort, Mehrangarh Museum Trust . Image on right, by Neil Greentree.

Nagaur Fort Interiors, before and after conservation.
Left image, courtesy of the Ahhichatragarh-Nagaur Fort, Mehrangarh Museum Trust . Image on right, by Neil Greentree.
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Nagaur Fort Interiors, before and after conservation.
Left image, courtesy of the Ahhichatragarh-Nagaur Fort, Mehrangarh Museum Trust . Image on right, by Neil Greentree.

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