Energy Conservation Building Code – A Step to increase Energy Efficient Buildings

Energy Efficiency is word related to the efficient and minimum use of energy so that natural resources can be saved, Ministry of Power initiated and formed BEE (Bureau of Energy Efficiency) in 2002, since then it’s function is to develop programs which will increase the conservation and efficient use of energy in India. It was […]

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Monday Flashback 22 – Gwalior Fort, Madhya Pradesh

THE GWALIOR FORT: GWALIOR   Gwalior Fort was assembled in 8th century by Suraj Sen. The castle stands on a retiring rock known as Gopachal. The fort was governed by many rulers of various reigns who also constructed many palaces and temples esoteric the fort. The united forces of Rani Lakshmi Bai and Tatya Tope […]

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Monday Flashback 20 – Rumi Darwaza, Lucknow

RUMI DARWAZA – “A SYMBOL OF LUCKNOW’S TRYST WITH DESTINY” and a Unique Sustainable Structure in the City of Nawabs. Rumi Darwaza was built by the fourth Nawab of Lucknow, Nawab Asaf-ud-Daula in 1784-86 and is believed to be similar to an old gate in Istanbul called Bab-iHümayun, and so is also sometimes referred to […]

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Monday Flashback 19 – Maha Bodhi Temple, Bodhgaya Bihar

A unique property of cultural and archaeological importance and is also recognized by  UNESCO as World Heritage site in the world that spread over an area of 4.86 hectares. It is a great example of the earliest buildings which have sustained till now. The first temple was built by Emperor Asoka in the 3rd century BC (260 BC) around […]

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Monday Flashback 18 – Sidi Saiyyed Mosque in Ahemdabad

This list of heritage places in Gujarat would look empty without the mention of Sidi Saiyyed Mosque. The structure dates back to 1573. Interestingly, it was established by a slave of Sultan Ahmed Shah, Sidi Saiyyed, after whom the mosque is named as well. This was among the last Sultanate structures in Gujarat. The interiors […]

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Monday Flashback 17 – Double Decker Living Root Bridge Cherrapunji

Double Decker living root bridge, a man-made cum natural wonders of the living root bridges. Created by the people of the Khasi tribe, 150+ year old man-made natural wonder that’s not only unique but astounding these roots grow from the ancient rubber trees, seen only in the northeast region. These roots are trained by the […]

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Monday Flashback 14 – Paliyam Palace, Kerala

Paliyam Palace is a Palace in Kerala Built more than four hundred years ago, it was in this Nalukettu that the Paliam family settled after shifting from Vanneri to Chendamangalam. This Nalukettu is a self contained double storeyed building with eight bedrooms in the south and kitchen and the well in the northeast corner. It […]

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Monday Flashback 13 – Talatal Ghar, Assam

The 300 years old Sustainable Building built in assam is Talatal ghar. The Talatal Ghar  is located in Rangpur, 4 km from present-day Sivasagar, in Upper Assam. Of all Ahom ruins, it is one of the grandest examples of Tai Ahom architecture. The Talatal Ghar is also the largest of all Tai Ahom monuments. Swargadeo Rudra Singha shifted the capital of the Ahom Kingdom from Garhgaon to Rangpur in AD 1702-03. […]

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Poor Storm Water Management & the Clogged Drainage responsible for Recent Flood in Kerala

Heavy rains have battered God’s own country since August 8, more than four hundred deaths were reported across rain-devastated Kerala on with uncountable bodies of the victims seen floating on flood waters even as rescue and relief operations continued across the state. Rapid urbanization, industrialization and population growth have also contributed to drainage systems getting […]

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Understanding the working & the need for Waste Water Management in India

Indian Cities do have Sewage Treatment Plants in India. In fact, After China, India is the only country which is working on the water treatment activities very efficiently and effectively. We all know, sewage water is the result of domestic activities, natural activities like rain and industrial activities. Regular flow of infected water may increase the flow […]

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