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|Title:||STRATEGY FOR ACHITECTURAL CONSERVATION OF SIKH ARCHITECTURE, CASE STUDY: AMRITSAR|
|Keywords:||ARCHITECTURE & PLANNING;ACHITECTURAL CONSERVATION;SIKH ARCHITECTURE;AMRITSAR|
|Abstract:||Due to heavy industrialization and economic development, our cities are facing severe transformation. We are neglecting our rich heritage, traditions, & culture. This neglect has also effected our architectural heritage and traditional built forms. So, to protect our vanishing rich architectural heritage concept and practice of conservation has been evolved. As per AG Krishna Menon "The need to- preserve our cultural property arises not only to provide evidences of our historic path but in order to make a concrete linkage between the past and the present in the public memory. Regarding concept and practice of conservation some basic principles guiding the preservation and restoration of ancient buildings were defined for the first time in 1931 by Athens Charter and then by Venice Charter. The scope of conservation of built environment, which consists of mainly historic buildings ranges from town planing to the preservation of crumbling artefacts.....|
|Research Supervisor/ Guide:||Ahuja, Rita|
|Appears in Collections:||MASTERS' DISSERTATIONS ( A&P)|
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