We take a look at India’s most fragile world heritage building – Mumbai’s Watson’s Hotel. Now in danger of collapsing, it was once the toast of Bombay’s high society. Today, it is an astonishing example of apathy but a battle we have to fight!
The Nizam Shahs left a glorious architectural legacy in Ahmadnagar, the Sultanate’s capital in the Deccan, but the city’s historic fabric is fast eroding. Using Ahmadnagar as a test case, we dive deep into the reasons our built heritage is in peril and figure out a way forward.
Once the palace-garden of a Mughal queen, the Qudsia Bagh in Old Delhi is now little more than a public park. Its once grand structures have crumbled and lawns swallowed by the capital’s urban sprawl. Catch the story of an Empress’s garden retreat, far from the politics of the Imperial Court
When rainwater flooded the century-old Osmania General Hospital recently, the government said it was time to tear down the neglected Hyderabad landmark. Is there more to the apathy than meets the eye? Take a look at what the city stands to lose...