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Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Mumbai

 6,000.00 Inclusive of all taxes

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Artist – Avidip Kundu

This Italian Gothic styled exuberance was designed by the British Born architect Frederick William Stevens in 1878. It is a terminal station and a UNESCO World heritage site in Mumbai, Maharashtra. The erstwhile name of CST was Victoria Terminus or VT. Later the same was changed to honour Shivaji, the founder of the Maratha Empire. His name was always prefixed by Chhatrapati, a royal title. Both the former & the current initials are commonly used i.e. VT & CST.

Medium: Pen & ink on 200 GSM hand made paper.

The sketch is unframed . The size mentioned is the actual dimension of the sketch alone. It is surrounded by an white mount. Urban Sketches are not returnable as the work displayed are distinct and would not be replicated. The artist would issue an E- authentication certificate to the acquirer.


Delivery Dispatch in a maximum of 3 working days time.  Urban Sketches are not returnable as you get the pieces that you see online especially as each one of them are distinct in nature & the same work will not be repeated again. Cancellation requests will be accepted strictly within 24 hours of placing the order only. Dispatched orders can be tracked through the link above ” Track your order”
Dimension 8″x11.5″ (inches)
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Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Mumbai

 6,000.00 Inclusive of all taxes

1 in stock