Kala Ghoda (Black Horse), the art district of South Mumbai, got its name from the black stone statue installation of King Edward VII mounted on a horse. In 1965, this statue was moved to Jijamata Udyan in Byculla. But this tiny art district still retains the name.
This crescent shaped precinct is chock-a-block with museums, galleries, educational institutions, boutiques and restaurants.
It is home to Jehangir Art Gallery, National Gallery of Modern Art, and the Prince of Wales Museum.
The annual Kala Ghoda Art Festival is held here in February.
‘Name on Rice’ – Savi has one from 1998