Maneka Gandhi is well-known for her love towards animals. In the past, she has always taken a very firm stand, when it comes protecting the welfare of animals.
Now, she has gone ahead to help build an animal hospital in Raipur, Chhattisgarh by help raising funds for its construction. She has informed her desire on her twitter handle. She tweeted saying:
My collection of rare Mica paintings that constitute a visual social history of 19th century life in India by Indians, which I brought back to the country over the years.
They are up for sale to raise funds for PFA’s hospitals. For details mail at firstname.lastname@example.org pic.twitter.com/uEQJlnR4Ob
— Maneka Gandhi (@Manekagandhibjp) March 21, 2018
She decided to sell these paintings as Chhattisgarh has no special unit of the animal care facility. She has acquired these rare ‘Mica’ paintings over the past several decades. According to the information conveyed, she has over 200 paintings such paintings.
The paintings are from the 19th century and describe the social history of life. The paintings have captured various life movements, from different parts of India.