A 2,400-year-old Egyptian Mummy was unboxed after 130 years in Jaipur’s Albert Hall Museum, Rajasthan. Recently, the historical Pink City inundated with heavy rainwater. Unprecedentedly, the rainwater entered the basement of the prominent historical museum of Jaipur ‘Albert Hall Museum’. The 2,400-year-old mummy of Egyptian lady known as Tutu is on exhibit in the museum. The rainwater damaged many historical records preserving the vast history of the not only Rajasthan but various places across the world, antiquities, etc. The museum officials broke the glass of the Mummy to save it from getting damaged.
According to historians, the mummy belongs to an Egyptian lady Tutu it was found in Panopolis. The mummy was brought from Cairo, the Egyptian city in 1883. It is said that the mummy dates back to 322-30 BC.
Jaipur’s Albert Hall Museum is located in Ram Nivas Bhavan and is one of the perfect destinations in Rajasthan to experience the true heritage of the Land of the Kings. This Indo-Saracenic architecture captivates the viewers. The museum narrates the great tales of Rajputs, jewellery, sculptures, carpets, collection of coins belongs to Kushan, Gupta, Delhi Sultanate, Mughal and British eras.