The New Jagannatha Puri Vedic Cultural Centre will host a branch of MOSA, Museum of Sacred Art. Originally from Belgium’s Radhadesh in Durbuy, thereafter starting a branch in Italy at Villa Vrindavan near Florence, MOSA will now expand to the Canary Islands.

Indian Art in The West

The museum offers a unique platform for exposing Indian art in the West. Primarily funded by founding director Martin Gurvich, the MOSA collection has been diligently built during his various visits over the years to India. ISKCON Tenerife feels honoured in offering a devotional space and venue to the Museum of Sacred Art.

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