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Champaner-Pavagadh Archaeological. Park: A Design Approach. Amita Sinha. Taylor and Francis Ltd rjhssgm. / Using Champaner-Pavagadh in Gujarat, India as a case study, the paper shows The 'Archaeological Park' in India, based upon this model, managed to erase. major author kinconsdegrabook.ga ([email protected]). Key words: Mason-marks, Champaner- Pavagadh Archaeological Park. READ PAPER. Download pdf. × Close.
The Central Act of , mentioned above, has provisioned that henceforth such permission can be granted only by the National Monument Authority. This is by far the most stringent measure taken by the government of India in matters of safeguarding countrys entire cultural property including that at CPAP. Now that the Champaner-Pavagadh Archaeological Park World Heritage Area Management Authority is in place which functions under the directives of the Chief Secretary of the Gujarat state, the top level state functionary, the cultural properties are being managed with proper care and in consultation with all stakeholders.
The objective of scientific conservation, as one would expect, is to prolong the life of cultural property without loss of its authenticity.
Earlier, conservation issues of decay in historic monuments were diagnosed by making regular visual inspections and documentation. But, now conservation process is based on physical and chemical consideration, and deep analysis of deteriorated samples.
It ensures that the materials used for conservation must be compatible, and works undertaken, reversible, if need be.
The conservation approach now is broad-based and holistic in application. Pandey, G.
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Google Scholar Wescoat, James L. Journal of Garden History Landscape Journal 10 5 : Progress in Human Geography The Baroda Heritage Trust lists monuments in the area, of which only 39 are maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India, due to limited funding. On the southern side near the foot of the hill some dilapidated houses and the foundations of Jain temples can also be seen.
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It has a blend of Hindu and Muslim architecture preserving the Islamic ethos and is considered one of the finest mosques in Western India with its elegant interiors. This mosque had three mural plaques, in oblong shape, one at the top of the pulpit and the other two on the sides with engravings of hymns from the Koran.
It dates to ; construction was carried out over years. It is rectangular with the entrance on the east side.
There is a portico which has a large dome built over a podium. There are steps to the mosque from northern and southern directions. The prayer hall has eleven domes with the central dome, a double-storied structure, built on pillars in an arcade form.
A typical Gujarat style of architecture is seen in the form of oriel windows with distinctive carvings on the outer surface. The carved roof contains several domes, and the courtyard is large.
This mosque had three oblong mural plaques, one at the top of the pulpit and the other two on the sides, with engravings of hymns from the Koran.
Kathra Masjid is west of the Kevada. It is a large monument built on a high-rise plinth with a large open yard in the front.
At the main entrance, the masjid is marked by minarets with intricate and elegant carvings; as in other masjids like Kevada Masjid, it has floral designs in its niches. Three large domes are seen over the main prayer hall a two-storied structure with balcony , which are built over decorative columns and windows. There is stone pulverization on the building's pillars.
Northeast of the masjid is the cenotaph, which has openings on all four sides and whose frontage, columns and niches are artistically carved with floral and geometrical designs. A series of beautifully designed projecting corbels and the projecting cornice are also notable; geometric motifs at regular intervals give a beautifying effect. Similar motifs are seen both inside and outside, at the platform level. The cenotaph's central dome has disappeared.
The central arch is a structure of well spaced minarets fashioned with horizontal cornices and mouldings; the niches have decorations. There are three mehrabs in the prayer hall and these are decorated with a central suspended kalash carved with floral motifs. Of the three domes, the one at the center has a fluted design and is colourful. Initially three entrances existed on the east, south, and north sides. On the north-east corner there is a rectangular ablution tank with a deep drain in front.
It has five mehrabs. At the front, the entrance has an arched doorway with a large dome, with smaller domes at the four sides and minarets on either side embellished with a projection which is inclined chhajja.
The other two openings flanking the central doorway are embellished with jharokhas. A rectangular ablution tank is seen on the platform. Built on a raised platform on a high plinth, the mosque has a minaret, three large domes, three mehrabs on the rear wall and three arched entrances. There are also ablution tanks close to the mosque. Many of its structural elements are damaged. The central hall also has a marble -roofed dome fixed with glazed tiles.It was one of the first such tombs to be built of bricks in Gujarat.
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The site has only permanent residents but 2 million pilgrims visiting annually. For the tourist, visiting a heritage enclave can be a mixed experience—wonder and delight with the monument inside and bewilderment at the chaos of contemporary landscape outside its walls. Of these, the earliest temple, dated to the 10thth century and dedicated to Lakulisa, is in the Mauliya plateau.