For all the aspiring photographers, dancers, artists and sculptors, Triveni Kala Sangam is a perfect place to visit on a Delhi vacation. Situated right opposite to FICCI Auditorium, Triveni Kala Sangam is a multi-faceted art and educational complex that teaches various forms of Indian arts, including classical Indian dance, contemporary painting, classical Indian music, sculpture, glass art, and more such compelling arts. Triveni Kala Sangam was established in 1950 by late Sundari K. Shridharani with an aim to create a platform for the artists in order to promote classical forms of music and dance along with various other arts. Since TKS is pioneering the art sphere, not just in Delhi but in the entire country, for almost 7 decades, therefore, the organization is reckoned amongst one of the prime cultural centres in Delhi. At present, the complex of Triveni Kala Sangam houses four art galleries, an outdoor theatre, a chamber theatre, and an open-air sculpture gallery. The four art galleries consist of Shridharani Gallery, Triveni Gallery, Art Heritage Gallery, and a basement gallery managed by Art Heritage.
Amongst all, Shridharani is the largest gallery of Triveni Kala Sangam that showcases some epic masterpieces of various established artists along with promoting the artworks of young artists. Shridharani Gallery is one of the star attraction of this cultural tourist attraction in Delhi. Like Shridharani, Triveni Gallery too houses the artworks of various upcoming artists. The next gallery, which is Sculpture Court, is an open-air exhibition that displays a number of sculptures of different artists. Art Heritage Gallery is one of the highlights of Triveni Kala Sangam that displays more than 600 artworks to promote the modern Indian art. The gallery also has over 450 catalogues of both renowned artists like M.F. Hussain and F.N. Souza as well as those of new and emerging artists. There is also an amphitheatre which mainly hosts various seminars, talk shows, and other events. The setting of this theatre one of the best of its kind in Delhi. Apart from this, the Sangam complex also includes a students’ hostel, bookshop, and a potted plant nursery.
- An open space gallery which houses various sculptures.
- Art Heritage Gallery displays numerous artworks from various eminent artists like F.N. Souza and M.F. Hussain.
- An indoor auditorium which hosts various cultural programs.
- Prakriti, which is a boutique that sells the exotic and finest collection of designed pots, bonsais, potted plants, and garden accessories.
Monday to Saturday - 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM
Closed on Sunday.
There is no entry fee to explore Triveni Kala Sangam. However, if you seek to learn classical Indian art from Triveni Kala Sangam then you have to pay a certain amount of fee to take admission in the institution.
Tansen Marg, Mandi House, New Delhi - 110001
How to Reach
The nearest metro station from Triveni Kala Sangam is Mandi House which lies on blue and violet line metro. From the station, Triveni Kala Sangam is located just at a distance of few metres.