Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III established the exhibition hall in Year 1887 and opened it to general society after culmination in Year 1894. The really popular craftsmanship exhibition is known to have been finished in Year 1914 yet was not opened until Year 1921 . The exchange of unique pieces from Europe that were expected to embellish the dividers of the exhibition were deferred because of the First World War. The historical center was worked in Year 1894 to take after the Victoria and Albert Museum of London. The building was outlined by Major Charles Mant and R.F. Chisholm. It saves a rich accumulation of craftsmanship, figure, ethnography and ethnology. The photo exhibition has ious gems from the two India and abroad, including works by British painters J. M. W. Turner and John Constable, a display of Tibetan craftsmanship, Akota bronzed dating to the fifth century AD, and an accumulation of Mughal scaled down artistic creations.