In this gallery three tableaux i.e. Shanti Parva of Mahabharata, Heroic death of Abhimanyu and Cosmic dance of Krishna on theatrical art tradition of India have been executed. The tableaux depicting the episode of Bhishma’s discourse on Rajdharma (statecraft) is in Rajasthani style of theatrical art. Second episode depicts the heroism of Abhimanyu in presented in Yakshagana style, a famous folk theatre of Karnataka, combining dance, music and dialogue. The third tableau of Raslila (cosmic dance) executed in Manipuri style is another attraction of the gallery. Among the other exhibits displayed in the gallery are leather shadow puppets from Andhra Pradesh which depicts the prime characters of Mahabharata. Besides, there is a fine collection of Madhubani paintings from Bihar the major episodes of Krishna’s life from his birth to the episode of Kamsa vadha (Krishna killing king Kamsa). Opposite to the Madhubani painting is another parapet wall which displays pattachitras, folk paintings of Odisha depicting the scenes from the Mahabharata and Harivamsa Purana.