2,400-year-old mummy unboxed after 130 years in Rajasthan
Jaipur: A 2,400-year-old mummy was unboxed after 130 years in a Jaipur Museum due to the severe floods. According to the reports, the pink city witnessed heavy rains recently and inundated the streets. Unfortunately, the rainwater entered into the famous Albert Hall Museum where the 2,000-old mummy and other historical artefacts are kept on exhibit.
Sadly, many historical records, artefacts damaged due to the floodwater and museum authorities broken the mummy glass box to save it from the damage. Reports said that the mummy belongs to Egyptian lady known as Tutu and the mummy was brought from Cairo to Rajasthan in 1883. Click the video for more information.