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Kriti Gallery

Raja Sir Motichand Road | Raman Niwas opposite Akashwani, Varanasi 221010, India
+91 98390 58007
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Another side of Varanasi

Kriti Gallery is tucked away from the main thoroughfare around the ghats. It's a place of peace... read more

Reviewed 23 May 2017
Lisa K
A world class gallery featuring the work of international a well as local artists.

This is an extraordinary find in Varanasi. Run buy a local man and his german wife, the gallery is... read more

Reviewed 8 May 2017
Madeleine B
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The gallery is closed for summer break. Currently there is no exhibition. If you are interested in seeing the Gallery collection please arrange for prior appointment.
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Hours Today: 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Raja Sir Motichand Road | Raman Niwas opposite Akashwani, Varanasi 221010, India
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+91 98390 58007
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Reviewed 23 May 2017

Kriti Gallery is tucked away from the main thoroughfare around the ghats. It's a place of peace (including a lush garden), a gallery showing tasteful local and international art, an art residency (which I did) and a home to owners Petra and Navneet who run...More

1  Thank Lisa K
Petra2347, Owner at Kriti Gallery, responded to this reviewResponded 29 May 2017

Thanks for your review, we are looking forward to see you again soon....best Petra

Reviewed 8 May 2017

This is an extraordinary find in Varanasi. Run buy a local man and his german wife, the gallery is a gem. The exhibits are of superior quality, the art is (usually) nontraditional (as in not traditionally Indian) and mind expanding yet consummately tasteful. They also...More

Thank Madeleine B
Reviewed 7 March 2017 via mobile

What a fabiulous find in Varanasi. We discovered a wonderful photography exhibition. We bought one set and came back the next day for another purchase. The hosts could not have been more hospitable and friendly. Highly recommend a visit.

Thank Janine B
Reviewed 25 February 2017

A wonderfull get-away from the busy and dusty city of Varanasi. A must-visit point for art lovers. An excellent place for artists who would like to spend some time in one place, focusing on their art, in this holy city. wonderful garden, well kept flours,...More

Thank Agi_Wittich
Reviewed 24 February 2017 via mobile

And indeed the couple who runs it does such a wonderful job by providing the platform for young and talented artists.Very peaceful and beautiful place to visit.🤗

Thank uziel1
Reviewed 19 February 2017

I've been in Varanasi for about a week, and visiting Kriti Gallery was one of the best part of the visit. The gallery gives voice to artists in different fields, and all the work which is being presented there is very much related to the...More

3  Thank nofargueta
Reviewed 18 February 2017 via mobile

I've met the couple who run the gallery and visited there. The first thing I thought was "it's a Zen Garden". Kriti Gallery is a truly special place run by kind, intellectual and inspirational people. I'm really hoping to see this place again soon.

3  Thank Dana S
Reviewed 11 February 2017

We visited the gallery on a occasion of a presentation of some documentaries of Polish filmmakers visiting the city. We were very warmly greeted by owners Petra and Navneet who made us feel very welcome. The presentation was attended by, among others, students of local...More

2  Thank Stan K
Reviewed 4 February 2017 via mobile

We visited this gallery on the recommendation of friends and were not disappointed. They were showing an exhibition of photographs by Katarina Weslien of the Khumb Mela festival called Riktata which means emptiness. A strange subject at a festival of 30 million people but the...More

3  Thank JamJar54
Reviewed 1 February 2017

Kriti Gallery is two in one: There’s the gallery with its various exhibitions, where international artists find a platform and a place for an intercultural exchange. Check the website to find out, what’s the running exhibition, they show modern and traditional art and unique handicrafts....More

2  Thank Christine B
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venky V
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Dear Venky,no there is no entrance fee. best,
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