An introduction to the architectural character and study of a very important town in Rajasthan, India which is dominated by the religious and cultural values. The book throws light on the urban issues faced by the temple town and describes more precisely about the local character. The architecture of this town is explained with an apt description of selected areas. Treat yourself with a different approach towards understanding a temple town in India.
Ninad is an Architecture graduate, with a Masters degree in Urban Design from the UK. Travel is his first love and his deep interest in architecture and urban design has led him to conduct various researches in countries like Africa, Nepal, Malaysia, Russia, France and England. He believes in explorations and experimentation.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Pushkar, rajasthan, Architecture, analysis, Brahma, water
ARCHITECTURE / General