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The National Museum of ScotlandDate: Wednesday, 10 June, 2009

Situated in the heart of Scotland's capital city Edinburgh, the National Museum of Scotland is home to key exhibits from all over Scotland and beyond. Included among these is a rich collection of artefacts which once belonged to Maharajah Duleep Singh.

On display as part of the exhibition 'Treasured: Wonderful things, amazing stories' there are a number of beautiful decorative Indian artefacts exhibited which Duleep Singh collected. These include a set of ornate armlets each featuring two dragon heads inlaid with diamonds, rubies and emeralds

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