The landscape work of Rajiv Puri will be on display at the Indian Habit Centre.

There are lots of reasons to visit India.

Many people enjoy the tropical climate and beautiful beaches of places like Goa, some go for the sense of adventure in the northern forests, while others favour the vibrant cities.

Delhi is one of the country’s most important cultural and political centres and as such, it is a great place to see the best in Indian art, as well as offering a unique atmosphere.

The Visual Arts Gallery at India Habitat Centre is now hosting a free exhibition which features the solo output of Rajiv Puri.

Niten Mehta, director of hosting company TAD Arts, said: “The strength, depth and mystique of the woods and the forests come together as one in this new collection of works.”

The gallery is open daily from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm.

Written by Anthony Nicholson

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