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Exhibition

Exhibitions are organized at times on different themes pertaining to Indian Culture. These are generally put up as a supplement of some important programme for better understanding of the subject through visuals and other related objects. However, independent exhibitions are also ordained sometimes.

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Jnana-Pravaha's Journey of 15 Years : A Glimpse
From 01-04-2012 to 07-04-2012

This week-long photographic exhibition was inaugurated on the occasion of Panchadasha Samvatsarotsava - Celebrating 15 Years of Jnana-Pravaha on the auspicious Ramanavami Day.


Jnana-Pravaha's Journey of 15 Years : A Glimpse
 
Yogini Cult in India
Date 30-09-2008

An Exhibition on Sketches of Yoginis by Mr. Edmundo Moure (Switzerland) was put up in collaboration with the Embassy of Switzerland, New Delhi and Kriti Gallery, Varanasi


Yogini Cult in India
 
Varanasi
From 21-11-2007 to 23-11-2007

This exhibition was put up at Jnana-Pravaha during the Ganga Mahotsava organized by the Department of U.P. Tourism.

The three-day exhibition was the point of attraction for tourists and people of Varanasi alike.


Varanasi
 
Celebrating Kashi - The Eternal City
From 19-01-2007 to 22-01-2007

The four-day exhibition was organized in collaboration with the India International Centre in New Delhi.

Inaugurated by Prof. M. G. K. Menon, President, India International Centre, New Delhi in the presence of art connoisseurs like Dr. Kapila Vatsyayan, Dr. L. M. Singhvi, Shri Suresh Neotia and others.

The original antiquities and the works of present-day artists, including demonstrations on Varanasi textiles and jewellery, were projected. The ghats, temples, sculptures, terracottas, paintings, religious and secular buildings representing mini-India, and fairs and festivals, lilas, musicians, orientalists and other aspects of Kashi were projected through photographs. In addition, special attraction was the typical Banarasi recipe prepared by the cooks of Varanasi.


Celebrating Kashi - The Eternal City
 
Tulasidas and Kashi
From 01-08-2005 to 02-08-2005

It projected the places associated with Tulasidas, especially the Hanuman Temples installed by him at Varanasi


Tulasidas and Kashi
 
Sanskrit Names of Items
Date 31-01-2005

Exhibition of daily use items with their names in Sanskrit.

Coordinated by Dr. Sadanand Das.


Sanskrit Names of Items
 
Sukriti: Life and Works of Prof. V. S. Agrawala
From 01-08-2004 to 07-08-2004

Projected the important books and other writings of Prof. Agrawala in varied fields of Indian art, culture, history, religion, philosophy, Hindi literature and especially the Vedic studies. Photographs depicting life-style of Prof. Agrawala were also on view.


Sukriti: Life and Works of Prof. V. S. Agrawala
 
Gandhara Art
From 01-11-2001 to 06-11-2001

The photographs of important remains, destroyed or lost in Afghanistan, were downloaded for the exhibition put up during the International Conference on Buddhism and Gandhara Art.


Gandhara Art
 
Kashi
From 01-11-2001 to 31-03-2002

Coordinated by Dr. Bhanu Shankar Mehta, Prof. Kamal Giri and Prof. Anjan Chakraverty


Kashi
 
Life and Works of James Prinsep
From 25-11-1999 to 26-11-1999

In collaboration with Indian Museum, Kolkata


Life and Works of James Prinsep