A turtle painted in a paint shop in Mumbai’s northern suburbs is about a past that is about to come to an end.

In August, the owner of the painted turtle sold it to a group of Indian artists who took it to the museum of the countrys largest turtle museum in Pune.

The painting is one of the most famous examples of ancient art in the world, and is currently on display at the Pune Museum of Art.

The museum was founded by the late Jagdish Desai in 1990.

Dunn Edwards Paintings, an Indian artist based in Mumbai, decided to preserve the turtle’s history and identity in the form of a painting, in order to highlight its uniqueness and to help it cope with the ravages of climate change, said Desai.

He is a former curator at the Museum of Indian Art in Poona, where the painting was first exhibited.

According to the artist, the turtle was a common sight in India in the late 1800s and early 1900s, and has been painted over and over again.

It was painted by the renowned Indian painter Nandakantan, who died in 1859, Desai said.

Nandakan’s turtle was known for its large size and long tail.

According to Desai, it was the first turtle ever painted by a painter and is considered to be one of India’s best known and most prized turtles.

“I am very proud of the turtle, and it is a symbol of the uniqueness of Indian culture and identity,” Desai told The Hindu.

“The painting is not about the turtle being the past but about the future.

It has been a powerful symbol of India in history and the present.

This painting also shows the importance of art and creativity in the country.”

The painting was made by painter Raghavendra Khandu, who also painted a number of other exotic animals, including turtles, he said.

It is currently displayed at the Indian Art Museum in Pahalgam, Pune, which has been working on its next exhibit for the last four years.

“In the past we have not been able to keep the turtle in the museum.

We hope to change that now,” Khanduram Desai of the museum told The Indian Express.

Khandu also has a history of working with the endangered turtles of South America, according to Desi.

His turtle was rescued by the authorities in 2003, and was put on display in the Indian Museum of Zoology in Mumbai.

Desai said the turtle is being exhibited in the Pahalgaon Museum in Chennai, which is also a major tourist destination.

“It has a lot of potential to be part of our future exhibitions,” he said, adding that it has been on display for a long time.