L.D Museum, it has Indian models, bronzes, compositions, depictions, illustrations, small works of art, woodwork, beadwork and antiquated and contemporary coins. It was built up in 1984. The historical center is a result of dreams of Muni Punyavijayaji, a learned priest researcher and Sheth Kasturbhai Lalbhai, the outstanding industrialist of Ahmedabad. The exhibition hall is situated on the premises of the L.D. Organization of Indology. All the major provincial styles of the sub-landmass discover their place on the ground floor in Madhuri D. Desai Gallery. The historical center has finest works of art in Gujarati Jaina Style, some of which are more seasoned than Mughal Period. The works of art discover their place on the first floor of the Museum Building. In its eastern wing of the Muni Punyavijayaji Gallery, there is an area showing the Leelavati Lalbhai Woodwork Collection.