The leafy pavement on either side of the Jehangir Art Gallery in Mumbai's Kala Ghoda (Black Horse) Arts Precinct is lined with the artwork of promising young artists, who gather there to exhibit and sell their works.
Paintings are available for purchase from as little as 20 rupees. However, the best thing about the Kala Ghoda pavement gallery is that you can interact with the artists to find out about their techniques, and even see them in action. This photo tour shows some of what's on offer.
How to Get There: You'll find Kala Ghoda and the Jehangir Art Gallery wedged between Colaba and the Fort district of south Mumbai. It's less than a five minute walk from Colaba Causeway. From Regal Circle head straight along M G Road (Mahatma Gandhi Road) past the Price of Wales Museum, which is opposite the Maharastra Police Headquarters. The Jehangir Art Gallery and pavement gallery is on this road.