Revitalization of old city of Udaipur (Also available on CD)

by Shah, Reena
Additional authors: Bandyopadhyay, Saswat (Guide)
Physical details: x,100,4,40p.,CD-ROM Year: 2013 List(s) this item appears in: Heritage and Climate
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Contents Table of contents List of maps List of tables List of abbreviation Contents iv 1 Introduction 1 1.1 Background 1 1.2 Need for the study 2 1.3 Research questions 4 1.4 Aim 4 1.5 Objectives 4 1.6 Methodology 5 1.7 Analytical framework 6 1.8 Scope and limitations 6 1.9 Report structure 7 2 Literature review 8 2.1 Significance of the historic urban landscape and its approach towards revitalization 8 2.2 The walled city its importance 9 2.2.1 Strategic location 10 2.2.2 Historical significance 10 2.2.3 Market potential 10 2.3 Walled city-transformation 10 2.4 Urban phenomenon (models) 11 2.4.1 Renewal 12 2.4.2 Regeneration 12 2.4.3 Redevelopment 13 2.4.4 Gentrification 13 2.4.5 Rehabilitation 14 2.4.6 Revitalization 14 2.4.6.1 Physical aspects 15 2.4.6.2 Social aspects 15 2.4.6.3 Economic aspects 15 2.4.6.4 Political aspects 15 2.4.7 Various approaches of revitalization 16 2.4.7.1 Organic approach 16 2.4.7.2 Participatory approach 16 2.4.7.3 Regional approach 16 2.4.7.4 Market approach 16 2.4.8 Different initiatives of revitalization and their changing trends 17 2.4.8.1 Adaptive reuse and cost recovery 17 2.4.8.2 Integrated area development 18 2.4.8.3 Full commercialization of historic city centers 18 2.4.8.4 Transfer of development rights 18 2.4.8.5 Modernization of commercial activities 18 2.4.8. Increased land values and public revenues 19 2.4.8.7 Tourism 19 2.4.8.8 Conservation of historic monuments 19 2.5 Acts and policies for conservation and preservation of heritage resources 20 2.6 Case studies 21 2.6.1 The walled city of Ahmedabad, Gujarat 22 2.6.2 Urban revitalization of walled city of Jaipur: a case of Modi Khana Chowkri 25 2.6.3 Nablus:the revitalization of the old city 27 3 Udaipur .City Profile 30 3.1 Background 30 3.2 Location 30 3.3 Climate 30 3.4 Topography 31 3.5 Historical evolution 32 3.5.1 Mewar mature phase (1559--]1620 A.D.) 35 3.5.1.1 Political scenario and development 35 3.5.1.2 Social structure 36 3.5.1.3 Architecture and technology 36 3.5.2 Mewar Mughal early phase (1620--?]1699 A.D.) 37 3.5.2.1 Political scenario and development 37 3.5.2.2 Social structure 37 3.5.2.3 Architecture and technology 37 3.5.3 Mewar Mughal mature phase (1699--?]1778 A.D.) 38 3.5.3.1 Political scenario and development 38 3.5.3.2 Social structure 38 3.5.3.3 Architecture and technology 39 3.5.4 Mewar British phase (1778--?]1930 A.D.) 39 3.5.4.1 Political scenario and development 39 3.5.4.2 Social structure 40 3.5.4.3 Architecture and technology 41 3.5.5 Post independence (1947 onwards) 42 3.5.5.1 Political scenario and development 42 3.5.5.2 Social structure 42 3.5.5.3 Architecture and technology 42 3.5.5.4 Evolution--?]post independence 43 3.6 Urban control area 44 3.7 Demographic profiles 45 3.7.1 Population 45 3.7.2 Literacy rate and Sex ratio 46 3.7.3 Density 46 3.8 Land use 48 3.9 Economy 50 3.9.1 Workforce 50 3.9.2 Occupational patterns 50 3.10 Tourist profile 51 3.10.1 Tourist arrival 51 3.10.2 Monthly tourist arrival 52 3.10.3 Major tourist destination of the city 53 3.10.4 Tourist infrastructure: Accommodation 54 4 The walled city--?]characteristics 56 4.1Study area 56 4.2 Walled city and the city of Udaipur.comparison 57 4.2.1 Population growth 57 4.2.2 Density 57 4.2.3 Land use 59 4.2.4 Road network 61 4.2.5 Workers profile 62 4.2.6 Tourist infrastructure 62 4.3 Walled city--?]historical significance 64 4.3.1 Tangible heritage 64 4.3.1.1 Natural elements 64 4.3.1.2 Manmade elements 65 4.3.1.2.1 Monuments: 65 4.3.1.2.2 Religious buildings: 65 4.3.1.2.3 Streetscapes 65 4.3.1.2.4 Gardens public open spaces and gardens 65 4.3.1.3Ownership details of the heritage structures 68 4.3.1.4 Condition of the heritage structures 69 4.3.2 Intangible heritage 70 4.3.2.1.1 Building Arts and Crafts 70 4.3.2.1.2 Painting 70 4.3.2.1.3 Performing Arts 70 4.3.2.1.4 Festivals and fairs 70 4.3.3 Heritage precincts 71 4.3.4 Existing laws and regulations 73 4.3.5 Institutional framework 73 4.3.6 Funding for the heritage management 73 4.4 Commercial structure of the walled city 74 5 Conclusions and Findings 79 5.1 Findings: 79 5.1.1 Heritage structures 79 5.1.2 Adaptive reuse of structures 81 5.1.3 Commercial structure 82 5.1.3.1 Population density 82 5.1.3.2 Total workers 82 5.1.3.3 Non residential properties 83 5.1.3.4 Tourist accommodation 83 5.1.3.5 Parking at Jagdish Chowk 83 5.1.4 Identification of the intense cultural tangible heritage area 86 6 Recommendations 87 6.1 Tourism planning 88 6.2 Heritage conservation 89 6.2.1 Strategies for heritage conservation 91 6.2.1.1 Phase--?]I 92 6.2.1.1.1 Mapping Of Historicalness 92 6.2.1.1.2 Restoration 92 6.2.1.1.3 Heritage Influence Declaration 94 6.2.1.2 Phase.II 94 6.2.1.2.1 Development rights 94 6.2.1.2.2 Acts, Regulations and Policies 95 6.2.1.2.3 Development Control Regulations 96 6.2.2 Strategies for tourism planning 97 6.3 Conclusion 100

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