Cattle rehabilitation centre, Jaipur

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First major Sustainability project spread over 500 Acres explores all possible ecological practices followed in ancient India to develop a Cow rehabilitation centre for over 8000 cows & a tourist destination- based on local culture, Vedic lifestyle, bio-dynamic agricultural practices & a completely self-sufficient community with Zero waste discharge.

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Re-Development of Vrindavan Streets

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The study was sponsored by German organization GTZ-ASEM to carry out documentation of the eco-city of Vrindavan in Year 2004. The Aim was to suggest guidelines for historic conservation, upgrade street infrastructure, provide pilgrim amenities & facilities, reduce pollution, re-organize traffic & preserve historic & cultural values of the city. Area under study was a stretch of 40 kms.

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Ecological Study of Surajkund &

Anangpur Dam

An award winning study that explores the ecological relationship between the two earliest  historical  structures of Delhi namely Anangpur dam and Suraj kund – dating back to 8thand  10th century respectively and their inter-relationship with the Aravallis. The study identifies various problems and suggests conservation methods for the restoration of the ecosystem of the Aravallis.

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Ram Niwas Bagh, Jaipur

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The historic garden, first planned in 1868, surrounding Albert hall in Jaipur was conserved & developed for people in Year 2003. Proposal involved reviving the historic ambience, providing facilities & amenities for people, underground parking, complete restoration, conservation & landscape development of the entire garden in an area of 80 Acre

 

Re-Development of Vrindavan Ghats

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Carried out for CPCB (Central Pollution Control Board) in year 2005-06. The purpose of the project was conservation, restoration & landscape development of river front (ghats) of the city. Also to revive heritage sites & structures to their original glory.