Sacred India Gallery About

The Sacred India Gallery is situated on a beautiful five acre property in the Swan Valley. Guests journey through a series of artistic installations depicting culture and tradition in three of India’s most famous pilgrimage sites.

A dedicated team of artists from the Hare Krishna community worked on the gallery for more than ten years. Their common inspiration was their love for these three sacred sites. The project is a not-for-profit, non-commercial offering to the greater Perth community.

  Bhurijana das:  Of all the places in India I’ve seen during my many tours of that exotic land, these three pilgrimage sites – Vrindavan, Navadwip, and Puri--have most profoundly influenced my life.  Our attempt in creating this gallery was to capture and share with others the atmosphere of these three vibrant places.

Bhurijana das: Of all the places in India I’ve seen during my many tours of that exotic land, these three pilgrimage sites – Vrindavan, Navadwip, and Puri--have most profoundly influenced my life.  Our attempt in creating this gallery was to capture and share with others the atmosphere of these three vibrant places.

   Shree Radha Raman:  As a long-time practicing monk, I’ve been regularly visiting India for the past 30 years. The big cities are crowded and traveling in India is always challenging. So as soon as I can, I head straight for either Vrindavan, Navadwip, or Puri, as these sites are both powerful and are of  special significance for our tradition.

 Shree Radha Raman: As a long-time practicing monk, I’ve been regularly visiting India for the past 30 years. The big cities are crowded and traveling in India is always challenging. So as soon as I can, I head straight for either Vrindavan, Navadwip, or Puri, as these sites are both powerful and are of  special significance for our tradition.

  Jagattarini dasi:  For 13 years I lived in Vrindavan, one of the most famous pilgrimage sites in Northern India. The experience was incredible, and I was deeply touched by Vrindavan’s sweetness. When I returned to Australia I greatly missed Vrindavan, and my art became my gateway of return to Vrindavan and its spiritual essence.

Jagattarini dasi: For 13 years I lived in Vrindavan, one of the most famous pilgrimage sites in Northern India. The experience was incredible, and I was deeply touched by Vrindavan’s sweetness. When I returned to Australia I greatly missed Vrindavan, and my art became my gateway of return to Vrindavan and its spiritual essence.