Gallery B (Shiva):
Among the three galleries devoted to Hinduism, this gallery introduces the religion and presents various manifestations of the great god Shiva, His consort Parvati, and the familiar Ganesha. A highlight is a 7th century architectural remnant carved with as row of Shiva’s dancing attendants.
Gallery C (Vishnu):
The theme of Hinduism continues with various images and artifacts associated with Vishnu. Among many an important object in this gallery is a bronze mirror with ivory handle carved with an icon of Garudasana Vishnu and Laxmi. Another arrraction is the gilded throne of the former kings of Patan followes by narrative painting which are annually exhibited with veneration for day in Krishna temple in front of the museum.