The India and the World exhibition at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, Mumbai (CSMVS, formerly the Prince of Wales Museum) opens immediately as you enter. In the main hall of the museum are five large statues — the bull Nandi, a winged Garuda, Hanuman and a Bharvahaka. Also, one of Europe’s most famous sculptures — the “Townley Discobolus”, a Roman copy of the Greek Myron’s anatomically perfect discus thrower.
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First Published: Fri, December 22 2017. 23:49 IST