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I was taken here by my guide at the start of two days discovering the arts & crafts of India. Initially a little reluctant, I quickly saw that this gallery provided an excellent introduction, showing clearly how external cultures impacted on indigenous art. The modern...More
If you like old paintings. This place is good. A person also gives a guided tour if enough participants are there. 3 floors with different styles of paintings of different era. Some of them are really grand.
Originally a residence of Royal Family Of JAIPUR State, now it is a beautiful and wonderful place to have a look on some of the artifacts and Paintings. You can spend lot of time to get detailed picture of each of the rare items.
The collection at the NGMA is impressive and has decent information displays. However the highlight of our visit was a guided tour by Arko Ganguly. He is very impressive and it was one of the best art tours I have done across the world. He...More
We went here on a Sunday and joined one of the free curated walks lead by assistant curator Mr Ganguli. He passion is infectious and one would not have gained as much but just walking around. The tour was almost 2 hours but it went...More
One of the best modern art galleries I have been to . The most engaging and knowledgable assistant curator and the free guided tours are a must. You leave having an understanding of Indian history and culture through the eyes of Indian artists. Brilliant few...More
This is truly an Art Museum. It has a building that houses paintings from 1850s to present time. The building is very well laid out as it has 3 floors with the main floor starting at colonial times and the top floor ending at current...More