Kishore Kumar's gallery at Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya in Indore turns into a fantasy

Indore Christian College Vikas Parishad of Christian College Vikas Parishad of Christian College had intended to house some of the famous singers files . The gallery was meant to house some of the famous singers files, such as test sheets, the first and second year results, admissions records, and photographs .

INDORE: Since the original proposal for the gallery at Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) was adopted on papers, legendary singer Kishore Kumars gallery has now become a flight of fancy.Though Indore Christian College alumni commemorated the 93rd birthday of the legendary playback singer, an association that was supposed to open a gallery to display his papers and photos has only been passing the time on the DAVV.According to Indore Christian College Vikas Parishads Tej Prakash Rane, the college doesn't have enough funds to build a gallery and varsity officials have also not been approving the proposal at this point.Vice-chancellor Dr. Renu Jain, on the other hand, said she hadn't been told about the gallery to this point.

However, the commission refused to pursue the matter further, she said.The Indore Christian College Vikas Parishad of Christian College had intended to house some of the famous singer's files, such as test sheets, the first and second year results, admissions records, and photographs.The association added the installation of a statue later that year, which was estimated to cost Rs 1 lakh.The association was expected to pay the building bill.

The varsity's engineering department received the green light for a 20x20m plot opposite the auditorium a month after Dhakad granted the green light.Kumar, who was from Khandwa and had attended Christian College in 1947, had stayed in room number seven of the institute hostel.