CULTURAL

culture defines social forces within societies and relates to conventions of behaviour and practices. religion, on the other hand gives culture a direction, a way of life with a moral basis. both are separate yet inter-related entities. they have tremendous power to both serve and represent human aspirations and play a key role in preserving the spirit of societies.

we have conceptualized many diverse and multi-functional cultural and religious institutions in different cities, as expansive playgrounds where through a multitude of activities, these concerns are addressed. they constitute public architecture that takes on the responsibility of continuously shaping cities, as part of its contribution to heritage. they have been designed to be simple yet bold, impressive and iconic yet rooted in fundamentals, contextual yet timeless. every institution has a specific program but always looks at larger picture of the country and its people.

dilli haat, new delhi, india awadh shilpgram, lucknow, india india pavilion, lessac france indian chancery, morocco, africa bhajan sthal arena, ayodhya, india ghat riverfront, allahabad, india govardhan parvat walk, vrindavan, india sirte mosque, libya sheetlamata mandir, gugraon, india

CULTURAL

culture defines social forces within societies and relates to conventions of behaviour and practices. religion, on the other hand gives culture a direction, a way of life with a moral basis. both are separate yet inter-related entities. they have tremendous power to both serve and represent human aspirations and play a key role in preserving the spirit of societies.

we have conceptualized many diverse and multi-functional cultural and religious institutions in different cities, as expansive playgrounds where through a multitude of activities, these concerns are addressed. they constitute public architecture that takes on the responsibility of continuously shaping cities, as part of its contribution to heritage. they have been designed to be simple yet bold, impressive and iconic yet rooted in fundamentals, contextual yet timeless. every institution has a specific program but always looks at larger picture of the country and its people.

dilli haat, new delhi, india awadh shilpgram, lucknow, india india pavilion, lessac france indian chancery, morocco, africa bhajan sthal arena, ayodhya, india ghat riverfront, allahabad, india govardhan parvat walk, vrindavan, india sirte mosque, libya sheetlamata mandir, gugraon, india

CULTURAL

culture defines social forces within societies and relates to conventions of behaviour and practices. religion, on the other hand gives culture a direction, a way of life with a moral basis. both are separate yet inter-related entities. they have tremendous power to both serve and represent human aspirations and play a key role in preserving the spirit of societies.

we have conceptualized many diverse and multi-functional cultural and religious institutions in different cities, as expansive playgrounds where through a multitude of activities, these concerns are addressed. they constitute public architecture that takes on the responsibility of continuously shaping cities, as part of its contribution to heritage. they have been designed to be simple yet bold, impressive and iconic yet rooted in fundamentals, contextual yet timeless. every institution has a specific program but always looks at larger picture of the country and its people.

dilli haat, new delhi, india awadh shilpgram, lucknow, india india pavilion, lessac france indian chancery, morocco, africa bhajan sthal arena, ayodhya, india ghat riverfront, allahabad, india govardhan parvat walk, vrindavan, india sirte mosque, libya sheetlamata mandir, gugraon, india

CULTURAL

culture defines social forces within societies and relates to conventions of behaviour and practices. religion, on the other hand gives culture a direction, a way of life with a moral basis. both are separate yet inter-related entities. they have tremendous power to both serve and represent human aspirations and play a key role in preserving the spirit of societies.

we have conceptualized many diverse and multi-functional cultural and religious institutions in different cities, as expansive playgrounds where through a multitude of activities, these concerns are addressed. they constitute public architecture that takes on the responsibility of continuously shaping cities, as part of its contribution to heritage. they have been designed to be simple yet bold, impressive and iconic yet rooted in fundamentals, contextual yet timeless. every institution has a specific program but always looks at larger picture of the country and its people.

dilli haat, new delhi, india awadh shilpgram, lucknow, india india pavilion, lessac france indian chancery, morocco, africa bhajan sthal arena, ayodhya, india ghat riverfront, allahabad, india govardhan parvat walk, vrindavan, india sirte mosque, libya sheetlamata mandir, gugraon, india

CULTURAL

culture defines social forces within societies and relates to conventions of behaviour and practices. religion, on the other hand gives culture a direction, a way of life with a moral basis. both are separate yet inter-related entities. they have tremendous power to both serve and represent human aspirations and play a key role in preserving the spirit of societies.

we have conceptualized many diverse and multi-functional cultural and religious institutions in different cities, as expansive playgrounds where through a multitude of activities, these concerns are addressed. they constitute public architecture that takes on the responsibility of continuously shaping cities, as part of its contribution to heritage. they have been designed to be simple yet bold, impressive and iconic yet rooted in fundamentals, contextual yet timeless. every institution has a specific program but always looks at larger picture of the country and its people.

dilli haat, new delhi, india awadh shilpgram, lucknow, india india pavilion, lessac france indian chancery, morocco, africa bhajan sthal arena, ayodhya, india ghat riverfront, allahabad, india govardhan parvat walk, vrindavan, india sirte mosque, libya sheetlamata mandir, gugraon, india