Bedimmed

For anyone visiting Pune today, Shinde Chhatri is a beautiful memorial that embodies the glorious legend of Mahadji Shinde. But a few years ago, it was a dilapidated and abandoned monument like its many counterparts, some of which are still waiting for their revival. Some how, the more we overlook this callousness, the more strongly it spreads its roots on these invaluable pieces of history.

Mellifluous Echoes

Built entirely of sandstone, The Sun Temple in Modhera is a beautiful gift from hundreds of years ago, to the modern day India. In this picture, as a young women stops to admire the ornate carvings on the archway, the efforts of the artisans who created this marvel and the virtue of their work from centuries ago, are momentarily glorified.

The Unuttered

The Sun Temple built in Modhera, Gujarat, is a significant piece of history from a thousand years ago. Hence today, the monument is conserved and is no longer a functioning temple. Yet, the women in the picture, like many others, rings a bell to pay her respect to the Gods in the temple.

Versus A Setting Sun

On the ‘Indian Crafts Map’ by Crafts Council was a vessel shaped icon marking a tiny village as a significant craft center in India. After weeks of gathering information, it became clear to me that this tiny spot, along with a few others on the map of Telangana would be pivotal to my Architectural Thesis which…