Category Archives: museum development

Rezwan Razack’s Museum of Indian Paper Currency, Bengaluru

CLIENT: Mr. Rezwan Razack Location: Prestige Falcon Towers, 19, Brunton Road, Bangalore 560025 SOUTH INDIA’S FIRST CURRENCY MUSEUM Mr. Rezwan Razack, the world’s leading collector of Indian Paper Money unveiled his extraordinary collection in his private museum on 15 February 2020. Inaugurated by the former RBI Governor, Dr. C. Rangarajan this museum is his legacy […]

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Bastion Bungalow Museum, Fort Kochi, Kerala

CLIENT: Department of Archaeology, Government of Kerala July 2018 – August 2020 Bastion Bungalow, situated inside Fort Kochi, is one of the oldest Dutch heritage sites in India. Built by the Dutch in 1663, this historic landmark stands on the remnants of Fort Immanuel, built by the Portuguese in 1503. After British dominion was established […]

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Moda Goa Museum & Research Centre

Client: WENDELL RODRICKS March 2018 – Ongoing Eka Archiving Services is engaged in an advisory role in the planning of a private museum which will combine the opportunity to experience a historic home and view narratives from the rich and long history of Goa, in the sylvan setting of a traditional village. Read More Press: […]

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Indira: A life of Courage

Client: Indira Gandhi Memorial Trust, New Delhi November 2016 – February 2018 In the fourth year now, we have worked with the Trust to strategize on managing the photographic collection. Eka completed the documentation and digitizing of the photographic collections, advising on collections management, including software and storage solutions, and strategies on collections access and […]

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Kasturbha Lalbhai Museum, Ahmedabad

Client: Sanjay & Jayshree Lalbhai The Sanjay & Jayashree Lalbhai Collection is a private collection of historic artifacts. Eka has completed the documentation and cataloguing of this collection of miniature paintings, sculptures and modern and contemporary Indian art. We curated the inaugural show, which was a part of the opening of a museum facility within […]

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Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandal, Udaipur

A pioneering cultural institution of Udaipur, the Bharatiya Lok Kala Mandal preserves and celebrates the folk traditions of Rajasthan, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh. Established in 1952, the institution’s mandate is to propagate folk dances, literature and other arts.

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Juna Mahal Palace & Fort Complex, Dungarpur, Rajasthan

The construction of the Juna Mahal Palace was done under Rawal Veer Singh Deo and the palace later replaced the capital of the Dungarpur State. The palace also represents the artistic design, architectural planning and construction techniques of Rajput forts.

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Amrapali Museum, Jaipur

Amrapali Jewels was founded in 1978 by Mr. Rajiv Arora and Mr. Rajesh Ajmera. The brand encapsulates the vibrant culture and rich heritage of India. With the goal of reviving and re introducing India’s traditional jewellery on a global scale, the founders began their journey in the most remote and rural parts of India.

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Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II Museum, Jaipur

The Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II Museum is located within the City Palace complex, Jaipur and houses a diverse collection of paintings, photographs, artefacts, and arms and armour. The museum is consulting Eka to advice on the photography section of the collection.

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Manjusha Museum, Dharamasthala

Client: Manjusha Museum, Dharamasthala, Karnataka March 2014 Manjusha Museum is situated in the holy town of “Dharmasthala” in Dakshina Kannada district of Karnataka state, India. It houses a vast collection of rare objects, antiques, paintings, artifacts, temple chariots, vintage and classic cars. These were collected from temples across Karnataka. It is located to the south of the famous Lord Manjunatha temple. Our role With a […]

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The Royal Guard Gallery, Jaipur

At Jaigarh Fort Complex, Jaipur, India

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Splendour of Silver, Udaipur

Doors to the Silver Gallery titled ‘Splendour of Silver’ have been thrown open at Amar Mahal at Udaipur’s City palace complex by Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar on 3rd March 2013. The collection displayed at Amar Mahal represents a cross section of silver artefacts from the royal House of Mewar and the Shri Eklingji Trust.

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The General Amar Singh Kanota Library and Museum – Phase III

Celebrating the legacy of Kanota.

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The Chowmahalla Palace: Exhibition & Storage Planning, Hyderabad

Initiated over two hundred years ago, the completion of Chowmahalla complex of palaces was an incremental process involving the reigns of several Nizams, the heads of the Asaf Jah family that ruled Hyderabad state. A unique conglomeration of architectural styles and tastes, the collections housed within reflect the eclectic mix of objects including a rich photography collection gathered together by several generations of the Asaf Jahi family.

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Kalakshetra Foundation, Chennai

The Kalakshetra Foundation was set up by Dr. Rukmini Devi Arundale in 1936. The foundation is dedicated towards the revival, preservation and promotion of the arts in India. It is deemed as an institute of national importance by the Government of India and the college runs with aid from the same.

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Sheesh Mahal Museum and Art Gallery, and Durbar Hall (Qila Mubarak), Patiala

The Sheesh Mahal holds a fine collection of artifacts that vary from costumes and jewellery to paintings, manuscripts, coins, furniture, photographs,crystal, weaponry and a significant collection of more than 3,000 medals from across the world. Eka is assigned to plan a new scenography for the museum, conceive new exhibitions and re-install the hall’s crystal chandeliers.

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Jagatdhatrimata Trust, Udai Bilas Palace Collection, Dungarpur

Opening of ‘The Ajaibghar’ Maharani Manhar Kumari Museum, Dungarpur, Rajasthan

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Shaheed Bhagat Singh Memorial Museum, Khatkar Kalan, Punjab

Eka has been commissioned by the Government of Punjab to create a project proposal for a new museum on the existing site. We are providing inputs on display materials and techniques; presentation; planning the memorial and museum spaces; and outreach in the form of a re-developed research centre and library.

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