The exhibition, which features some 30 installations made by students of the J J School of Art, has been put together by 'Friends of Dabholkar', a group of activists.
Advocate Abhay Nevagi, appearing for Pansare's family told the court that the masterminds behind the killing and the shooters are still unidentified and at large.
Dabholkar murder case: Defence cross examines witness Sadvilkar over discrepancy in year in two statements
Earlier, on June 18, Sadvilkar was examined by prosecution lawyer advocate Prakash Suryawanshi in the court of Additional Sessions Judge S R Navandar.
The HC's direction came after Abhay Nevagi, the counsel for Pansare's family members, told the court that the state police were yet to make any headway in the case even after seven years.
Dabholkar murder: Accused asked Hindutva activist to make pistol replica, arrange for bullets, says prosecution
Key prosecution witness Sanjay Sadvilkar was shown a pistol but he asked the man to let him see the pistol from the inside to make a replica.
Dabholkar murder case: Slain rationalist's work against superstition riled some, activist tells court
A member-activist of Maharashtra Andhashradha Nirmoolan Samiti was on Friday examined by the prosecution in connection with the Narendra Dabholkar murder case.
Public Prosecutor Prakash Suryavanshi said Kiran Kamble (46), who works as a sweeper in the Pune Municipal Corporation, identified Kalaskar and Andure in court.
Dabholkar, a renowned rationalist and anti-superstition activist, was shot by motorbike-borne assailants in Pune on August 20, 2013.
Claiming that there was a link between the accused in the two cases, the CBI on Friday took the custody of Rajesh Bangera and Amit Digvekar from the Karnataka Special Investigation Team.
Dabholkar’s daughter Mukta, rationalist Shyam Manav and former Maharashtra finance minister Ajit Pawar, among others, were on the hit list of suspected Right-wing Hindu activists.
According to a police officer, Sachin Andure, who had his face covered was taken to the Omkareshwar Bridge, where Dabholkar was shot dead by two motorcycle-borne assailants on August 20, 2013.
The Pune court today extended till September 1 the police custody of Sachin Andure, one of the alleged shooters who killed Dabholkar.
Additional Sessions Judge Vinod Padalkar rejected CBI's plea, saying the court cannot send Kalaskar in its custody as he is in another agency's remand.
The weapon could have also been used in the murder of other activists like Govind Pansare in February 2015, M M Kalburgi in August 2015, and Gauri Lankesh in September last year, CBI said.
Dabholkar, a Pune-based anti-superstition activist, was shot dead while he was on morning walk in August, 2013. Lankesh was shot dead in front of her residence in Bengaluru in September, 2017.
A khukri, three live rounds and a 7.65-bore pistol were recovered on the basis of leads given by Sachin Prakasrao Andure who was arrested recently by the CBI.
Today is the fifth death anniversary of the rationalist, who was shot dead in Pune on August 20, 2013.
SIT sources said the name of Sachin Andure, a suspect in Dabholkar's murder case, was allegedly found in a diary they seized from Amol Kale, the suspected mastermind behind Gauri Lankesh's murder.
Sachin Prakasrao Andure, who was arrested last evening by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), was remanded today in the CBI custody till August 26.
Sachin Prakasrao Andure, who was arrested last evening by the CBI, was produced before the court of judicial magistrate first class A S Mujumdar.