At Ramesh's request Chandan Pramanik and Pintu Sengupta painted a series of religious leaders. Chandan chose to place these three spiritual giants together as "Noble" souls. They are, from left to right,, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Vivekananda and Gandhi.
Dr. King and Gandhi were both proponents of nonviolent resistance to injustice; Dr. King in support of Civil Rights in the United States of America, and Gandhi in support of freedom for the people of India in opposition to British colonization and rule.
Vivekananda was a swami who traveled throughout the Western World through countries in the Americas and Europe to introduce Eastern thought and spirituality. He is credited with raising awareness and acceptance of Eastern culture.
The artists have also painted a variety of other leaders displayed in the Museum, including portraits of each of these men.