NC Mehta Gallery was named after Late Shri Nanalal C. Mehta, who was a pioneer of Indian smaller than usual painting. This display holds an accumulation of smaller than usual artistic creations from all over the nation. Vasanta Vilasa parchment and Chaurapanchasika are the principle features of this exhibition. The principle point behind opening of this exhibition was to teach the adoration for workmanship and artistic creations in the general public.
It additionally went for advancing work of art as the subject of research and further investigations. Sacrosanct works like ragmala sketches delineating distinctive social scenes can be found in the historical center. These smaller than usual artistic creations were drawn with mineral hues on carefully assembled paper. In addition, Western India and Sultanate School works of art are likewise displayed in the exhibition.