Forum for Hindu Awakening (FHA) appeals devout Hindus to protest against an exhibition of the late M. F. Husain’s last works to be shown at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Exhibition has started from 28 May Read more »
painting of anti-Hindu M.F. Hussain’s painting were also displayed in the exhibition. These were removed after Hindu Janjagruti Samiti’s representative created awareness Read more »
Delhi Art Gallery is going to exhibit and auction anti-Hindu and anti-national painter M F Husain’s paintings in a show from 26 October to 25 December. All Hindus and patriots should protest lawfully against it. Read more »
A film titled ‘My friend Husain’ based on the life of anti-Hindu artiste M F Husain, who drew indecent paintings of Hindu Deities and ‘Bharatmata’, should be banned and release of the film should be immediately stopped. Read more »
Paintings drawn by anti-national and anti-Hindu painter M F Husain are going to be auctioned by Delhi Art Gallery based in New Delhi from 24 September to 26 October 2013. Hindus and patriotic Indians should protest lawfully against it. Read more »
National Gallery of Modern Art has organized a huge exhibition jointly with Air India and Central Cultural Department under the theme of ‘Bow to Indian Scholars’. Paintings on ‘Bharatmata’ and indecent paintings of Hindu Deities by Hindu-hater artist M F Husain have also been included in the exhibition. Read more »
Paintings drawn by anti-national M F Husain are going to be auctioned by Asta Guru, an online auction house based in Mumbai on May 14-15, 2013. It is duty of all Hindus and patriots to protest lawfully against it. Read more »
Vadodara (Gujarat) : An exhibition was held at Sarjan Art Gallery was displaying paintings by M F Husain. When HJS activists created awareness in the organisers, they removed M F Husain’s paintings. Read more »
Kolkata : Mirage Art Gallery has decided to exclude M F Husain’s paintings from ‘Festive Spring’ – an art exhibition organised here, after the awareness created in them by HJS. Read more »
Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) protested against the said exhibition when the organizers not only removed the controversial paintings from the exhibition but also cancelled the exhibition at NCPA. Read more »
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