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Join the Museum without Boundaries

At Sarmaya, we believe strongly in finding and nurturing curiosity and enthusiasm for, and competencies in, art, heritage and museum management in India. We are always in search of those who are as passionate as we are about this country’s immeasurable cultural wealth and who find innovative new ways to share their knowledge with the world. At Sarmaya we provide opportunities for people to enrich their understanding and knowledge of Indian art and history contributing to our purpose and mission. We are committed to creating a space of collaboration, learning and diversity.


How to Apply

Watch this page for updates on opportunities available within the Sarmaya team. You can write to us at with your resume and brief note of interest. While we appreciate the interest, only those selected will be contacted for an interview.

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We will next open our application cycle in July 2024 

The Sarmaya Internship Programme is a paid, three-month internship opportunity to work with the team at the Sarmaya archive in Mumbai. The internship provides practical, hands-on training in collections management, research and documentation. Based on the academic background, experience, interests and skills of an applicant, we offer internships with our research and design teams.

To join the Sarmaya team, get first-hand experience through an internship program or volunteer for one of our special projects, send us a brief note of interest and CV at

Our Interns

Meet our alumni, the bright young minds who have previously worked with Sarmaya, exploring the worlds of collections management, outreach and art curation at our archive.

Sahajo Jain
(Ashoka University, Delhi)

Divya Ravindranath
(Ashoka University, Delhi)

Amee Parikh
(St. Xavier's College, Mumbai)

Harshita Jadeja
(St. Xavier's College, Mumbai)

Navmee Goregaonkar
(Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi)

K Nitya Devayya
(Ashoka University, Delhi)

Kashyapi Rane
(National Museum Institute, Delhi)

Sanika Shah
(NIFT, Mumbai)

Nikita Fernandes
(St. Xavier's College, Mumbai)

Janak Doctor-Gregory
(St. Xavier's College, Mumbai)

Shailee Mehta
(The Slade School of Fine Art, London)

Prithvi Subrahmanyam
(American School of Bombay)

Nishtha Dani
(Ashoka University, Delhi)

Manisha Kalliveli
(Sophia College, Mumbai)

Katherine Bibilouri
(Science Po, Paris and Columbia University)

Kuhu Kopariha
(Sophia College, Mumbai)

Vinzent Wesselmann
(Sciences Po, Paris and Columbia University)

Juhi Valia
(St. Xavier's College, Mumbai)

Diksha Ahire
(Deccan College Postgraduate and Research Institute)

Chandrica Barua
(University of Edinburgh)