The Manekshaw Museum is a storehouse of priceless memorabilia associated with Field Marshal Sam Hormusji Framji Jamshedji Manekshaw. It is a loving tribute for his distinguished military career spanning over four decades and five wars, beginning with his service in the British India Army in World War II. It was under his command that the victorious campaigns against Pakistan in the Indo-Pakistan war of 1971, that led to the liberation of Bangladesh in December 1971, were conducted. It houses numerous trophies awarded to him by several states and nations, such as Nepal, the United States of America and the erstwhile USSR, including headgear from a Naga village. His personal items such as hats, belts, uniforms, and archives of old photographs have been displayed.