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Ruchika Art Gallery is a spot to visit in Varanasi. Ruchika, the lady who founded this nice place welcomes you and explains well the purpose and the topics of this nice Art Gallery. The relationship between Spirit and Art can be touched in this place....More
Ruchika Art Gallery is the BEST way to take home a piece of Varanasi and support local artists at the same time.
An array of original work by the artist herself is on display, in a friendly, comfortable, no pressure environment. Ruchika has painted each...More
Since it has been my third time at Ruchika Art Galery, I can confirm her talent and unique knowledge in painting and represent indians deites and Varanasi's sacred spots! Beyond that the chai was delicious!!
Meeting Ruchika was an Hanuman gift. We met inside the temple and I felt soon she was a very nice person. She brought me to her gallery and she explained many things about ShivaShakti and Lord Shiva. Thank you :)
I ordered one of Ruchika's artworks on the exhibition in goStops hostel in Varanasi. We had a very nice conversation about the Varanasi architecture and Hindu deities. I've just received the artwork by mail today and it arrived in perfect condition. I was a bit...More
Ruchika’s work is unique for Varanasi. We had a wonderful time visiting the gallery and learning about her work. My family loved the work and bought many pieces as gifts. Definitely a place to stop on for a while during a visit to Varanasi!
I stumbled upon a very friendly woman at a nearby temple which invited me to see her art gallery and I don't regret making the detour! Upon arrival, she gave very extensive details over her paintings and their symbolism, which is pretty helpful for someone...More