The Museum of Folk and Tribal Art, an unfamiliar gem concealed in the urban bequest in Gurgaon houses a standout amongst the most unmistakable accumulations of Indian people, inborn and ignored craftsmanship. The gallery is a work of affection began by Mr. K.C. Aryan noted workmanship student of history, painter, stone carver and essayist of 23 academic books. This extremely valuable inheritance is affectionately tended by his offsprings. The exhibition hall merits genuine acknowledgment and gratefulness in it's indefatigable push to safeguard and feature some of India's most precious society and ancestral antiquities. An awesome visionary whose determined and lifetime dedication and individual work gave on indian society and innate craftsmanship the radiance it merited. His keen personality and exhaustive vision guaranteed for indian people and ancestral workmanship a place at standard with dignified expressions.