Enlivening the lost city landscape as a solution, case of Sidhpur, Gujarat (Also available on CD)

by Panjwani, Vishal
Additional authors: Maheshwari, Deepa (Guide)
Physical details: 74p.,CD-ROM Year: 2016 List(s) this item appears in: Heritage and Climate
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Contents Abstract .6 Acknowledgments 7 Contents 8 List of tables 10 List of figures 11 List of Maps 12 1. Introduction.15 1.1 Argument 1.2 Aim and Objectives 1.3 Methodology 1.4 Scope and limitations 2. Understanding Liveability20 2.1 Urban public open spaces and indicators of livability 2.2 What is a public space? 2.3 A space to place 2.4 Concepts of placemaking 2.5 Conclusions 3. Introduction to the region.26 3.1 Growth of Gujarat 3.2 Why Siddhpur ? 3.3 Growth development pattern 3.4 Geographic location 3.5 Connectivity 3.6 Climate 3.7 Rainfall 3.8 Geology and Soil type 3.9 Topography 3.10 Demographics 3.11 Hydrology 3.12 Economic growth generators 3.13 Agriculture 4. Case Studies 37 4.1 Restoration of a Wadi - Wadi Hanifa 5. Siddhpur and its Identity 41 5.1 Historical Importance 5.1.1 Historical Timeline 5.1.2 Major Historical Events 5.2 Cultural Importance 5.2.1 Cultural hub of the city The River - Saraswati 5.2.2 Festivals and Fairs 5.3 Religous Identity 5.4 Heritage of Siddhpur 6. Site Studies .51 6.1 Built Fabric 6.2 Landuse 6.3 Major Landmarks 6.4 Festivals 6.4.1 Kartik Poornima 6.4.2 Maha Shivratri 6.4.3 Dashera Celebration 6.4.4 Rathyatra Cultural Walk 6.5 Religious Buildings 6.5.1 Religious Nodes and Routes 6.6 Old city and New Bohravad 6.5.1 Heritage Nodes and Routes 7. Issues and concerns.62 7.1 Losing cultural importance 7.2 Activities around the river 7.3 Losing Heritage importance 7.4 Depleting open spaces 8. Desire of the city - solutions65 8.1 Identifying Potential city open spaces 8.2 Reviving natural resources-Connecting city with riverbank 8.3 Siddhpur as a Tourist Hub 8.4 Heritage Walk - A key tool for Urban Revival 8.5 Why and How; Enliven the City 9. Bibliography.74

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