Bharat Bhavan was established in 1982 as a cultural complex to promote creative and performing arts. It enjoys a significant place among the national institutes of India. The center was planned by the notable architect Charles Correa.
Rupankar is the museum of art, which exhibits the present-day folk, urban and art of aboriginals. It also has a workshop for metal casting, ceramic, litho and stone craft.
Vagartha is a center of Indian poetry. The center offers a good platform to the upcoming and also established writers who can interact through translation, recitation, lecture and publication. The center has a vast collection of ancient and contemporary poetry.
Rangmandal is the theatre repertory of the complex, where many plays and stage shows are organized. It has a library well stacked with books and a play museum.
Anhad is a beautiful hall for classical music and folk music, where some of the well-known musicians have performed.
You can visit Bharat Bhavan between 10.30 am to 5.00 pm. It is closed on Sundays and government holidays.
Last Updated on 23 July 2012