• Bringing Banaras to your doorstep and how

    Banaras, Varanasi or Kashi as the artist’s fancy is before us yet again. This time in a show of photography. The show Banaras – the breathing legacy by the well-known photographer of our part and Navjivan Trust’s managing trustee Vivek…

  • Gandhi Thali With Gandhi Bhajan

    Karma Cafe and Navjivan Trust – introduces Gandhi Thali with Gandhi Bhajan. Nowadays in Karma cafe, Sabarmati’s Prisoners will sing the Bhajan’s with Gandhi Thali.    

  • ‘Visual Coherence’ 2 Days Photography Workshop.

    Yasir Bakili & Taha Ahmad are pleased to invite you all for 2 days photography workshop ‘Visual Coherence’ on 19th-20th Jan 2019 at Navajivan Trust. Enhancing your visual coherence, the workshop will help you stimulate the life of the project…





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My experience at GLF was a marvelous one. The very fact that such a well-organized event, at such a large scale, was being held at one of my favourite places in my hometown – the sophisticated yet welcoming Kanoria Arts…

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13 architects from around India raise their voices in critique, mourn the dying city and reminisce about forgotten beauty in this first-of-its-kind exhibition.   When I heard that an exhibition called the ‘Death of Architecture’ was coming to Mumbai, I…

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