Mumbai architecture

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Aakriti Chandervanshi
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Aditi Dey
The chawls of Mumbai have been the most recognisable characteristic of the urban identity of the city. Initially built by the colonial state for the working classes who migrated into the city to work at the illustrious textile mills, chawls gradually transformed into the most common middle-class…
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Subuhi Jiwani
Conservation architect and co-convener of the INTACH Mumbai Chapter, Vikas Dilawari talks about how the Victoria Terminus introduced a new architectural style in Mumbai in the late 19th century. He also talks about how the terminus came to nominated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and what can be…
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