About the NTICVA


The NTICVA (Nehru Trust for the Indian Collections at the V&A) was constituted in India in 1990, as part of a project to make the Indian collections at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum (V&A) more generally accessible. The creation of the Nehru Gallery of Indian Art at the V&A in London was a key part of the same project.

The NTICVA was settled by its founder Chairman, the late Hon. Justice R. S. Pathak, and the programme of the Trust was made possible by generous donations from philanthropic individuals and organisations, to whom the Trustees of both the NTICVA and the V&A are very grateful.