Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya is the primary gallery in Mumbai, Maharashtra. It was established in the early long periods of the twentieth century by conspicuous residents of Mumbai, with the assistance of the administration, to remember the visit of George V, who was Prince of Wales at that point. It is situated in the core of South Mumbai close to the Gateway of India. The gallery was renamed in 1998 after Shivaji, the originator of Maratha Empire. The structure is implicit the Indo-Saracenic style of design, consolidating components of different styles of engineering like the Mughal, Maratha and Jain. The historical center structure is encircled by a nursery of palm trees.
Established in the mid 1900s, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya is one of the head social organizations in the nation. On fourteenth August 1905, various unmistakable individuals of Bombay accumulated at the Town Hall and set out to raise a Memorial to the visit of the Prince of Wales (later King George V) as a public Museum which, would be named after him. The gathering was gone to by Sir Pherozeshah Mehta, Justice Badrudin Tyabji, Narotamdas Gokuldas, Justice Chandavarkar, Sassoon J. David and numerous different dignitaries known for their extraordinary commitment in their individual fields and furthermore in the improvement of the island of Bombay. The Foundation Stone of the Museum was laid by the Prince of Wales on eleventh November 1905 and the Museum was named Prince of Wales Museum of Western India. For quite a while people had additionally felt the requirement for a decent exhibition hall in the city lastly the gallery was built up by the public commitment helped by the then Government of the Bombay Presidency.
This dedication as a gallery was to be raised on the plot of land known as the Crescent Site on the southern tip of the island. The structure was finished in 1914 yet it opened to the public a lot later on tenth January, 1922. Up to that point it was utilized by the military as a medical clinic and for Children’s Welfare Exhibitions.