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Finding workable solutions to the issues adversely affecting the preservation of built cultural heritage in India

Banerjee, Prashant

The primary postulation of this thesis is that preservation of built-cultural heritage is being affected by certain factors that have led to the present situation in India. By analyzing the relationship between preservation and development analyzed in the three case studies in different parts of India, this thesis seeks to gain an enhanced understanding of the link between people and integrated development. Simultaneously, an attempt will be made to interpret the definition of success in the case of a preservation effort and the various factors that affect it.

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Academic Units
Historic Preservation
Thesis Advisors
Jerome, Pamela
Degree
M.S., Columbia University
Published Here
October 19, 2015
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