Cattle rehabilitation centre, Jaipur


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.


Re-Development of Vrindavan Streets


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.


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.


Ram Niwas Bagh, Jaipur


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


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.