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Talk from Ratish Nanda, Aga Khan Trust

Friday 18 September, 4.30pm, Glasite Meeting House

Sep 9, 2015

Ratish Nanda is a well respected Indian conservation architect, curently working as the Projects Director of Aga Khan Trust for Culture, India.

He presently heads a multi-disciplinary team implementing the Nizamuddin Urban Renewal Initiative in Delhi – a project with distinct conservation, environmental development and socio-development components and the conservation iinitiative in the Quli Qutb Shah Heritage Park in Hyderabad.

He also headed the team which overlooked the garden restoration work at Humayun's Tomb in Delhi completed in March 2003. This was also first privately funded restoration of a World Heritage Site in India, undertaken by the Aga Khan Trust for Culture and the Archaeological Survey of India.

Venue details:

McWilliam Room, Glasite Meeting House,
33 Barony Street, EDINBURGH EH3 6NX

Donations welcome. Refreshments will be served afterwards.

RSVP, to help with numbers, to: Info@BenjaminTindallArchitects.co.uk

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