Sculpture Garden at Baroda Museum, Gujarat
Built in 1887 by Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad, the Sculpture Garden at Baroda Museum in Gujarat state of India is the finest example of Indo-Saracenic architecture.
Known for its collection of artifacts and various other items this museum houses a rich collection of sculptures, art and those related to ethnography.
Among the sculptures, the base of a pillar and various erotic love-making sculptures attract the tourists and travelers from around the world.
Baroda Museum and Art Gallery of Vadodara also contains ancient manuscripts and antiques belonging to India, as well as Egypt.