This volume includes 103 collection registered under Antiquity and Art Treasures Act 1972 with Jaipur office. The Act was passed by the Government of India, with a purpose to prepare record of objects of artistic importance and antiquarian interest. Collections were acquired by their owners through different sources by inheritance, purchase and gift. Large number of artifacts came as part of family property. Coming from different sources, nature of collections varies, not only in medium of collections varies, not only in medium but also in subject, style and ages, for examples sculptures from Abaneri are of the 8th c. with a stone Garuda is of the 19th; similarly there are paintings ranging from superior Mughal work to folk miniatures executed in Bundelkhand (MP) or Rajasthan. To present all these in one volume, though a difficult task, is attempted here. This is the first volume containing details of registered objects. For art connoisseurs it is a feast to the mind and the eyes. To art historians, these will provide fresh material for looking into past.