A graduate in English Literature from Delhi University, Tulika Kedia is a passionate collector of indigenous art from the tribal areas across the many Indian states.
She is the president of DPS Mihan and DPS Kamptee Nagpur.
As a philanthropist, she has supported a large group of artists, collecting their work for more than a decade and has established a commercial gallery, the MUST ART GALLERY, which has a large following of Indian and International buyers. Pursuing her passion, Tulika helped Hervé Perdriolle (a graphic designer, photographer, art director, art critic and curator) published a path-breaking book, on Indian Indigenous art called Indian Contemporary Art: Contemporary, One Word, Several Worlds. She has individually penned down Contemporary Expressions-Art Of The Jogi Family which was launched at the Jaipur Literature festival a couple of years ago.
She is the founder of The Kanha Museum of Life and Art at Singinawa Jungle Lodge, Madhya Pradesh