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Living and working as an architect in the India of the twenty-first century has involved challenges much more varied in nature than conventional architectural projects in most parts of the world. In yester years we thought of humans when cities were being built. Today we think of floor space index, building codes, budgets and so on but often leave out the protagonist of the space- The Human Spirit.

Living and working as an architect in the India of the twenty-first century has involved challenges much more varied in nature than conventional architectural projects in most parts of the world. In yester years we thought of humans when cities were being built. Today we think of floor space index, building codes, budgets and so on but often leave out the protagonist of the space- The Human Spirit.

Living and working as an architect in the India of the twenty-first century has involved challenges much more varied in nature than conventional architectural projects in most parts of the world. In yester years we thought of humans when cities were being built. Today we think of floor space index, building codes, budgets and so on but often leave out the protagonist of the space- The Human Spirit.

Living and working as an architect in the India of the twenty-first century has involved challenges much more varied in nature than conventional architectural projects in most parts of the world. In yester years we thought of humans when cities were being built. Today we think of floor space index, building codes, budgets and so on but often leave out the protagonist of the space- The Human Spirit.

Living and working as an architect in the India of the twenty-first century has involved challenges much more varied in nature than conventional architectural projects in most parts of the world. In yester years we thought of humans when cities were being built. Today we think of floor space index, building codes, budgets and so on but often leave out the protagonist of the space- The Human Spirit.

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