Our Services

Our various product and services at Chacha Museum

Chacha Museum established in 1955 where SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE. Chacha Museum is the Biggest and Oldest handicraft emporium in Mount Abu.

Amonth the various handicrafts that we deal in are Paintings, Marble Artefacts, Brass Curios and Wooden “Jharokas” from every corner of Rajasthan.

Our huge textile section consists of World famous block printed Sanganeri bed covers, Bandhej sarees and Punjabi suits.


It is probably impossible to find so many following varieties of ART under one roof:

  • Various Handicrafts Items
  • Brass Curios and Wood Jharokhas
  • Marble Artifacts
  • Fabrics from Rajasthan
  • Printed bed covers in both block and screen printing
  • BANDHANI - the famous Tie & Dye Art Sarees
  • Dress materials & Kurtas
  • Paintings from the Rajput School Of Arts
  • Ghangor-on marble, silk and brass.
  • Traditional Wooden Darban….Figures of sentries
  • Brass Bells in clusters and individual pieces
  • Aftaba or Replicas of Traditional Brass Surahis or Pitchers of the Mughal Era with medieval MEENAKARI or Enamel Work
  • Elephants and Camels based on stone, wood, brass which are regally caparisoned taking one back to the age of MAHARAJAS
  • Ambawari-Elephants with Howdahs or Royal Seats and exquisitely decorated
  • Ambawari-Elephants with Howdahs or Royal Seats and exquisitely decorated
  • Lamps in Brass and Iron-hanging or suspended with chains-with fine engraving
  • Ornamental shields with swords in brass with fine detail
  • Replicas of 'ye olde" Gramaphones and telephones with dials and talk piece.(ready to use)
  • Deities of Ganesha, Shankara, Hunuman, Saraswati, Laxmi, Durga in Brass, Marble, Whitemetal and Wood.
  • Rare Three headed figure of Guru Duttareya in bronze and Jain saints such as Mahaveer and Parshwanath.
  • Many more curios like key stands, bottle openers, ashtrays, chess sets…
  • Our Specialty in Brass-VASES with fine engraving and Meenkari work
  • Traditional Jharokhas or richly carved wooden windows, seen in all old Rajasthani Havelis or Mansions. These are also used as wall frames.
  • Replicas of Antique Clocks including 6ft high grandfather ones with chimes.