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Project : Amer Fort, Jaipur, Rajasthan 2005.
 

Reflects the glory of the rich Indian Heritage. The project sponsored by the,Amer Fort, One of the most Famous forts in India, 50 kms away from JaipuRajasthan tourism involved studying the architectural correction measures. The study revealed accuracy of proportions, intricacy of detailing and Response Climatic conditions by architectura means.

  *Worked as Project Architect, Jain Associates, Ahmedabad
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Project : Sun Temple at Kera, Kutch 2005.
 

The Temple situated 50kms away from Bhuj in North Gujarat lies in a near ruinous state. Lakha (942 AD –997 AD) built this Shiv temple known as Lakheswar Mahadev along with a fort in his capital Kapil Kot, the present Kera village. Faint traces of the wall are evident. The Earthquake of 1819 brought the entire mandapa and garbagriha subsequently in 2001 earthquakes. Of the mandapa which measured 5.7 mts wide, only a part of the north wall with one window in it is left; the amlasila of the shikhar is lies outside, a block about 2 mts in diameter. At present the shikhar is splicedtwo. Archeological Survey of India undertook some repair workin 1998 and tried to rebuild the walls..

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Project : Ahhichattragarh Fort, Nagaur, Rajasthan. 1993-94.
Client : Paul Getty Foundation, USA; Mehrangarh Fort Trust
Area : 1 square kilometre
Brief :

The Project consisted of studying the 1000-year-old Nagaur fort, its indigenous construction methods and proposing technology to restore the fort to its historic glory. Worked with leading Conservation Architects Kulbhushan and Meenaxi Jain.

   
  *Worked as Project Architect, Jain Associates, Ahmedabad
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