The Oval, published in June 2022
India’s architecture constantly associates itself with its theory, deriving from its roots, depending on its strong heritage. But we seem to be inching towards an impending end of our rich culture and its vitality. With structures deteriorating and becoming inaccessible to the public, it becomes even more important to work towards our heritage, in a manner conducive to making our citizens aware and cradled in its arms. A significant example of this is the condition of the stepwells in Rajasthan and Gujarat. Having played an important role in community building, cultural interpolation, and improving flora and fauna, it becomes important to preserve the essence, both tangible and intangible; of structures this magnificent.