This is a limited edition folio depicting six rare views of the city of Bangalore. Priced at   1500 (plus VAT).


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Maintaining the stringent standards and enviable tradition of the other family businesses came but naturally in this new venture. However, Dukan still has an unostentatious presence. Yet we would like it to be known as a treasure house worthy to be in the knowledge of every discerning collector who has a ‘one stop shop’ for every priced acquisition.

Being extremely knowledgeable in the trade, both Madhu & Maher inspire confidence for the customers.

People / Management

Maher Dadha: Chief Consultant

He manages the overall business and is the prime contact for all enquiries.
More on Maher  


Madhu Dadha: Proprietress

A Law graduate from the University of Delhi, after marriage with Maher she practised Law at the High Court of Madras for a year, before quitting to begin a family. She encouraged Maher to convert his passionate hobby into a full-fledged business. She primarily handles the jewellery division of Dukan.


R. Raja: Visiting Consultant

A former lecturer in Contemporary Art at the Kalamandir School of Art in Bangalore, R. Raja has a diploma in drawing and painting from Ken School of Art as well as the Kalamandir School. A professional artist for more than 23 years, he has participated in many exhibitions and artist's camps and has also been on a sponsored tour of Paris, Florence and Rome, as part of a national team of artists, to study the French Modernist and the early and late Renaissance movements.
He has directed graphic and painting workshops for over 20 years and is Founder-President of Visual Art Workshops. He is active in the organisation of Art Workshops for children. He is also a Founder Member, 1987, of the Contemporary Art Forum in Bangalore. A distinguished career has seen several awards including the Certificate of Merit – All India Jamini Roy Centenary Youth Art Exhibition, Kolkata, juried by the renowned Maqbool Fida Husain, in 1987 and the Karnataka Lalitakala Akademi Award for Painting in 1994.
His work is in many public and private collections in India, UK and USA.
He has been gracious to render advice to us from time to time.



Pulished in hardback by M. Maher Dadha, this dook is intended to be a reference on antiquarian prints, maps and books, for first-time buyers and collectors alike, specially covering the work of British artists in India.

With 72 Pages depicting 122 coloured illustrations and a foreword by His Highness Maharaja Gaj Singh II of Jodhpur, it is a limited edition of 1000 copies. Priced at   1000 (plus VAT), less than 100 copies are still avaliable.