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Smita Dalvi
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The Water Conserving Syntax: A Rationale for Sustainable Urban Performance [pp. 08 – 21]
Rahul Paul and Mohan Rao

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Claiming the Riverfront: Building the Prinsep Ghat in Colonial Calcutta [pp. 22 – 25]
Swati Chattopadhyay

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Dwarka Lost and Reclaimed: Planning for a Resilient Landscape [pp. 36 – 57]
Heena Gajjar and Amita Sinha

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The Satras of Majuli on the Brahmaputra [pp. 58 – 75]
Vikram Pawar

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Creating a Civic Realm: Ganga Riverfront Revitalization, Patna [pp. 76 – 87]
Nishant Lall

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Turf War on a Building Project [pp. 88 – 93]
Kamu Iyer

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Research in Temple Architecture [pp. 94 – 107]
Adam Hardy in conversation with Salil Syed

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Pop-up Megacity [pp. 108 – 111]
Kumbh Mela: Mapping the Ephemeral Megacity. Rahul Mehrotra and Felipe Vera (eds.). South Asia Institute, Harvard University (2015).
Amita Sinha

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Annotating Legacies [pp. 112 – 117]
20th Century Compulsions. Mustansir Dalvi (ed.). Marg Publications (2016).
Nancy Adajania

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