Initiated by Martin Gurvich Founder and Director of MOSA, the project revolves around a special collection and curated exhibition of Indian art. With its focus on the spiritual and the devotional, it engages with continuity and change as reflected in various faiths, ideologies and cultures across the country. The collection and the exhibition features original and recent works of Indian art – the traditional, folk, popular, and contemporary. The inclusive project celebrates across the board creativity within devotional genre, while it also aims to promote social cohesion, and the principle of Vasudev kutambakam” or live and let live”. An illustrated book, a specially made film, and a festival of performances and other associated events form an integral part of the project.