• Museum
About the walk

In 1956, Lalbhai Dalpatbhai Museum was established through the joint efforts of Shri Kasturbhai  Lalbhai, a well-known Ahmedabad-based industrialist, and Jain acharya Punya Vijayji. 

The museum has three galleries. The Smt. Madhuri Desai gallery exhibits a wide ranging variety of sculptures with different styles existing in Indian heritage. The Muni Punyavijayji gallery collection hold artefacts assembled by Punya Vijayji during the 1940s, and consists of palm leaf manuscripts. A special item to see at the museum is the earliest painted paper manuscript from 1396 A.D., which is recognised as a ‘global treasure’ by UNESCO. The Priyakant T. Munshaw gallery has a representative collection of historical phases of Indian coinage. 

 

 

Meeting Time
11:15 am
Event Date
Event Time
11:30 am ~ 01:30 pm
Ahmedabad | 23.02.2020 | 11:30 AM - 01:30 PM

Exploring Indian Art Objects of Lalbhai Dalpatbhai Museum

In Partnership With

CosmicArticrafts
InterGlobe Foundation

Led By

Bijal Shah

Meeting Time

11:15 AM

Meeting point

LD Indology, Opposite LD Engineering, Nr. Gujarat University, Navarangpura

About the walk

In 1956, Lalbhai Dalpatbhai Museum was established through the joint efforts of Shri Kasturbhai  Lalbhai, a well-known Ahmedabad-based industrialist, and Jain acharya Punya Vijayji. 

The museum has three galleries. The Smt. Madhuri Desai gallery exhibits a wide ranging variety of sculptures with different styles existing in Indian heritage. The Muni Punyavijayji gallery collection hold artefacts assembled by Punya Vijayji during the 1940s, and consists of palm leaf manuscripts. A special item to see at the museum is the earliest painted paper manuscript from 1396 A.D., which is recognised as a ‘global treasure’ by UNESCO. The Priyakant T. Munshaw gallery has a representative collection of historical phases of Indian coinage. 

 

 

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Please Note

  • No entry fees to the museum. 
  • Parking facilities are available at the meeting point.
  • Please wear comfortable walking shoes. 
  • Photography is strictly prohibited.