Exhibitions: Visions of Mughal India: Supporters


The exhibition is supported by:

  • CHK Charities LTD

The Exhibition Events Programme is supported by:

The Nehru Centre Logo The Nehru Centre is the Cultural Wing of the High Commission of India and is administered by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations, an autonomous organisation affiliated to the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India. It strives to foster a cultural dialogue between India and the United Kingdom, serving as a window to the composite culture of India.

In 1989-90, the birth centenary year of Jawaharlal Nehru, the need was voiced for a centre in London which would help address the cultural aspirations of the Indian community and facilitate a sustained dialogue between Indian and British cultures.

The Nehru Centre commenced its work in July 1992, with a programme to mark the centenary of the election of Dadabhai Naoroji to the House of Commons - the first entry of an Asian to that body. This year marks the twentieth anniversary of the establishment of The Nehru Centre. During the last 19 years the Centre has been home to a variety of cultural activities. This includes eminent Indian artists visiting the United Kingdom as also are a number of eminent artists and institutions from Britain.