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Bagri Foundation

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Upcoming Event

Ancient Coins and Gandhara

2 June 2017, 2 - 5:30pm, Ashmolean Museum

Dr Shailendra Bhandare will be conducting a special workshop for Gandhara Connections, a three-year initiative by the University of Oxford’s Classical Art Research Centre (CARC), supported by the Bagri Foundation and the Neil Kreitman Foundation.The workshop is intended to offer a hands-on introduction to Kushan coinage and other coin traditions important for understanding the art and history of Gandhara.


The Bagri Foundation, a UK registered charity, was established in 1990. It was set up to provide philanthropic assistance through education, relief-work, the advancement of health and the preservation of Asia’s cultural heritage.


We are proud to forge partnerships with a number of established organisations. These are: Asia House, London Indian Film Festival, Soumik Datta Arts, The Prince's School of Traditional Arts, The Royal Opera House, Curve, the London Philharmonic Orchestra, University of Oxford's Classical Art Research Centre, Sinfonia Verdi, Baithak UK, Deccan Heritage Foundation and Shubbak.