Finding Raza : a Treasure Hunt in collaboration with Piramal Museum of Art

The Piramal Museum of Art is celebrating the centenary of the iconic painter, S.H Raza. Raza was born in 1922 in Madhya Pradesh and studied at the J.J School of Art in Mumbai and was one of the co-founders of the Bombay Progressive Artists’ Group. In the 1950s, he traveled to Paris on a scholarship and lived in France for six decades before returning to India.

Finding Raza : the Treasure Hunt

We are thrilled to present this treasure hunt in collaboration with the Piramal Museum of Art. The contest runs from 23-28 February 2022.
Each day, 5 winners will be chosen and announced on our Instagram handle (@theheritagelab).

If you are in Mumbai and are headed to the exhibition, here’s our set of clues.

Click a picture with the clues you can decode, and share it on Instagram with the hashtag #FindingRaza ! Don’t forget to tag us! That’s all you need to do.

Playing remotely? No problem, check our set of clues for today.

Look at the pictures, read the clue and guess the “keyword”!

Type it in here to unlock the painting of the day. If you succeed, share a screenshot of the painting on Instagram with the hashtag #FindingRaza and tag @theheritagelab and @piramalmuseum !


Clue Schedule:

Clue 1: 23 February 12 noon – 24 February 12 noon.
Clue 2: 24 February 12 noon – 25 February 12 noon
Clue 3: 25 February 12 noon – 26 February 12 noon
Clue 4: 26 February 12 noon – 27 February 12 noon
Clue 5: 27 February 12 noon – 28 February 12 noon

Winners for the day will be announced after a new clue has been released.

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Finding Raza : a Treasure Hunt in collaboration with Piramal Museum of Art