Brijeshwari Kumari Gohil has a BA Joint Honours degree in Archaeology and History of Art from the University of Nottingham and an MA in Heritage Management and Conservation from Durham University. She has worked as a researcher for Durham UNESCO Chair in Lumbini, Nepal, prior to which, she worked at CSMVS Mumbai, a museum dedicated to the history of Indian art and objects from prehistoric to modern times.
Born into the royal family of Bhavnagar, Gujarat, Brijeshwari has been interested in the field of art and heritage since childhood. She has worked in various capacities with the Piramal Art Foundation in Mumbai since the inception of the Piramal Museum in 2015. Her interest in modern and contemporary Indian art then led her to join the Mumbai based auction house, Prinseps as the Vice-President. A promoter for local art and craft, Brijeshwari is overseeing the restoration of various historic sites in Bhavnagar where she has recently set up the Bhavnagar INTACH Chapter.