The Bombay High Court building has great historical importance, Rajan JayakarSeptember 7 2016
Rajan Jayakar is a renaissance man. The 68-year old solicitor, who hails from a family of lawyers, is an ardent art collector and has travelled the world in pursuit of his passion for art and history. He says that he has been a collector since childhood, and it was his own community's history which led him to focus on Mumbai.
Rajan Jayakar is the man responsible for the Bombay High Court's museum, a former court room, that was inaugurated by Prime . . .
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