Each seal is of 3inch x 3inch dimension, and is available in framed as well as non-framed options. While the non-framed seals come for just Rs 50, the framed ones cost Rs 200 each, making them a great gifting option for the festive season.
You can also buy exact replicas of the Harappan Priest King Bust (in fibre glass) and the Harappan Dancing Girl, available for Rs 700 and Rs 350, respectively. Sculptor Hemant Sonawane created these replicas. Also on offer is a Geology Rocks set of two boxes for just Rs 2,500, making them a great gift for children, to help imbibe an interest in geology in them. Most products will be available as part of the Geology exhibition at University of Mumbai, Convocation Hall in Fort; however, you can also place an ordervia their Facebook page.
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