The galleries as provided are there for visitors to learn about and from the past. This, in turn will serve as useful lessons in our endeavour to improve and build upon our human values and intellect, of which will enable us to discover a profound and everlasting love for Allah, the Creator of all in heaven and on earth.
The year 707 Hijrah (1308 AD) is inscribed on this artifact. The worn sides of the artifact proved that this was a well bucket used to carry water, most probably used in the mosque associated with the advent of Islam in Pahang. The discovery of this pail is proof that a more complex placement of Islam had already existed in Pahang.
The Canon Laws of Pahang were the laws and legislations used during the rule of Sultan Abdul Ghaffur. Its contents comprised of laws and regulations about the customs and prohibitions within the society of that time.
The Grave Stones of Permatang Pasir marked the advent of Islam in Pahang. The date inscribed on the stone is 410 Hijrah equivalent to1028 AD. Besides Quranic inscriptions and Arabic syair inscribed on them is also the death date on a Wednesday, 14 Rabiulawal 419H. This clearly shows that the gravestones are far older than the Inscribed Stones of Terengganu (702 H), (dinars)gold coins of Kelantan (577H), and even 300 years earlier than the existence of the Melakan Sultanate.