Experience the largest collection of Bengal art under one roof with the Ghaire-Baire museum exhibition at the Old Currency Building in Dalhousie square. The exhibition is sectioned into 13 broad categories, showcasing nearly 500 artworks and 19 from the collection of the National Gallery of Modern Art, Delhi. The art of Bengal from the 18th to the 20th century is divided into early Bengal indigenous art, realism and academic art in Bengal, Santiniketan - Charting Untrodden Courses, visualising Bengal's man-made famine and a photographic exhibition curated on Satyajit Ray. The exhibition is not open on Mondays.
Attend This Exhibition To Witness Bengal's Artwork Of Three Centuries
Make a note
There's also going to be a weekly event called Sundays in Dalhousie. From 9am to 12pm, each Sunday, you will also get a chance to know about the heritage neighbourhood around the building. One of them would be a heritage walk, that takes the visitors on a journey to Dalhousie of the past through the art in the galleries and then explore the neighbourhood to see the evolution of this colonial town centre over the years. Register for the walk at firstname.lastname@example.org