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Ajeya Vajpayee
Madku Dweep is an island on the Shivanatha river in the Bilaspur district of Chhattisgarh. Its landscape is lush green and the numerous waterfalls evoke a picturesque setting. Besides its topography the site yields archaeological and historical remains from the 11th century. The present site is a…
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Madku Dweep is an island on the Shivanath river in the Bilaspur district of Chhattisgarh. Besides its popularity as a picturesque river island, Madku Dweep is also known for nineteen stone monuments from the 11th century, Kalachuri period. The site was discovered in the 20th century, followed by…
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Anzaar Nabi and Rahul singh
Madku Dweep is an island on the Shivanatha river in the Bilaspur district of Chhattisgarh. Its landscape is lush green and the numerous waterfalls evoke a picturesque setting. Not only is the island known for its beautiful landscape, it is an equally significant historical site yielding artefacts…
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Sanjay Dhar
…Responsibility for cultural heritage and the management of it belongs, in the first place, to the cultural community that has generated it, and subsequently to that which cares for it.[1] (Nara Document on Authenticity, 1994)   Basgo, the capital of Ladakh in the 16th and 17th century CE saw a…
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Taz Barua
  The Deepor Beel is a large and prominent floodplain lake located in the south-west of Guwahati city in Assam. It is a Wildlife Sanctuary of the Government of Assam and an important Ramsar site since 2002. Its basin is drained by a system of rivulets and hill streams that connect the neighbouring…
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Parshati Dutta
Parshati Dutta: As a long term member and current coordinator of the NSC (National Scientific Committee) on Cultural Routes (CIIC) for ICOMOS (International Council on Monuments and Sites) India, tell us about the significance of Cultural Routes.   Ridhima Bajaj: The histories and cities that…
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Taz Barua
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  Conservation architect Rahul Chemburkar talks about understanding the contexts of the pyaavs (drinking water fountains) of Mumbai. He focuses on the architectural variety that one finds in pyaavs and the elaborate restoration process that every structure needs to undergo. He puts across a very…
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