Water management

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Anupam Mishra's acclaimed introduction to the history of water management techniques and practices across the subcontinent   This content has been published as part of a project commissioned by the Directorate of Culture and Archaeology, Government of Chhattisgarh, to document the cultural and…
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राहुल कुमार सिंह
छत्तीसगढ़ की सीमावर्ती पहाड़ियां ऊँचाई का, प्राकृतिक संसाधनयुक्त रत्नगर्भा धरती सम्पन्नता का, व वन-कानन सघनता का परिचय देते हैं वहीं मैदानी भाग उदार विस्तार का परिचायक है। इस मैदानी हिस्से की जलराशि में सामुदायिक व समन्वित संस्कृति के दर्शन होते हैं, जहां जल-संसाधन और प्रबंधन की समृद्ध परम्परा के…
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राहुल कुमार सिंह
छत्तीसगढ़ की सीमावर्ती पहाड़ियां उच्चता, प्राकृतिक संसाधनयुक्त रत्नगर्भा धरती सम्पन्नता, वन-कान्तार सघनता का परिचय देती हैं तो मैदानी भाग उदार विस्तार का परिचायक है। इस मैदानी हिस्से की जलराशि में सामुदायिक समन्वित संस्कृति के दर्शन होते हैं, जहां जल-संसाधन और प्रबंधन की समृद्ध परम्परा के प्रमाण, …
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Ruchika Arora
Alkazi, Feisal. 2014. Srinagar: An Architectural Legacy. New Delhi: INTACH.   Asher, Catherine B. 1992. Architecture of Mughal India. The New Cambridge History of India. New York: Cambridge University Press.   Beveridge, Annette Susannah, trans. 1922. The Babur-nama in English (Memoirs of Babur),…
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Lakshmi Swaminathan
  The air has become cold and the days have grown short. Winter has set in in the mountains and the farmers have sown their rabi crops. A thin layer of water flows in the Manoni stream that passes through Rakkar and Sidhbari, two neighbouring villages in the northern part of the Kangra valley.…
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Ruchika Arora
The architecture of Islamic India has a diverse and rich history. Scholarly discourse about the architecture of the Indo-Islamic era (1208–1857) usually focuses on grand works like forts, palaces, mosques, gardens and mausoleums constructed by the Mughals (1526–1857) that constitute major monuments…
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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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Ayan Ghosh
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V. H. Sonawane
  Introduction   Champaner (22º29’N 73º32’E), the flourishing capital of medieval Gujarat during the 15th–16th century, is located in the Halol Taluka of the Panchmahal district of Gujarat. It is situated about 45 kilometres to the north-east of Vadodara and 42 kilometres to the south-west of…
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Akshita Raina
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