Hyderabad: A 100 years old historical Mukhi House will be soon turning into a museum by the Sindh government.
The palace is located near Pakka Qila in Hyderabad which attracts tourists even today. The stones used in it are from Jodhpur, India. Even its doors and windows are made of Sheesham and Sagwan wood.
The palace, known as Mukhi House, was built by an influential Sindhi Hindu, Mukhi Jethanand, in 1920. The palace has 12 rooms, two courtyards, two big halls and a dome.
In 2013, the Mukhi family visited their house and handed it over to the Sindh government. Since then, Sindh’s culture and antiquities department is working on the historical house. It will re-open for the tourists soon.
Have a look at the beautiful Mukhi House’s pictures.