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Oxford school atlas   Publication: New Delhi Oxford University Press 2014 . 132p.,CD Rom Holdings: CEPT Library Reference (A-912) .
City profile : Lalitpur sub-metropolitan city by Lalitpur, Sub Metropolitan City Office Publication: Lalitpur Sub Metropolitan City Office 2005 . xi,81p.27map.xiip. , TABLE OF CONTENTS Message of Chief & Executive Officer, LSMC II Acknowledgement III List of Abbreviations IV List of Tables V List of Charts VI List of Figures VI Table of Contents VIII Chapter 1 - Background 1.1 Introduction 1 1.2 Objectives 1 1.3 Methodology 2 1.4 Scope and Limitations 2 1.5 Conclusions 3 Chapter 2 - Brief Description of the city 1.1 Introduction 4 2.2 History 5 2.3 Geographical location 7 2.4 Climate 8 2.5 Demography 8 2.6 Population Distribution 9 2.7 Ward Wise Population 10 2.8 Population by Religion 11 2.9 Population by Caste/Ethnic Group 11 2.10 Population by Mother Tongue 11 2.11 Household 12 2.12 Literacy 12 2.13 Employment 13 2.14 Income 13 2.15 Occupation and Source of Income 13 2.16 Economy 14 2.17 Tourist arrival Record 14 Chapter 3 - Cultural Heritage 3.1Introduction 16 3.2Tangible Heritage 17 3.2.1 Durbar Square 17 3.2.2 Temples 17 3.2.2.1 Multi roofed temples 18 3.2.2.2 Stone Temples 20 3.2.3 Patis and Gates 21 3.2.4 Stone Water Conduit 22 3.2.5 Pond (Pokhari) 23 3.2.6 Ashok Stupa 23 3.2.7 Bahal and Bahi 23 3.2.8 Description of Vihars 25 3.2.9 Funeral Ghats 32 3.3Intangible Heritage 3.3.1 Introduction 33 3.3.2 Rato Machhindranath Festival 33 3.3.3 Mataya - The Festival of Lights 34 3.3.4 Kartik Dance 35 3.3.5 Can Pyakhan (The Dance of Astamatrikas) 36 3.3.6 IIahne Samyak (Samyak Mahadan) 37 Chapter 4 - Physical Infrastructures and Services 4.1Road and Transportation 39 4.1.1 Introduction 39 4.1.2 Transportation Linkages 40 4.1.3 Traffic Facilities 41 4.2Water supply and Sanitation 4.2.1 Introduction 43 4.2.2 Demand and supply 43 4.2.3 Types of water supply 43 4.2.4 Traditional Water Supply System 43 4.2.5 Piped Water Supply 44 4.2.6 Supply Pipe Type and Size 45 4.2.7 Sanitation and Cleanliness 45 4.2.8 Drainage and Sewerage 46 4.3Drainage and Sewerage 4.3.1 Introduction 47 4.3.2 Waste Generation 47 4.3.3 Collection and Transportation 49 4.3.4 Final disposal 51 4.3.5 Organization Structure of related section 52 4.4Electricity 4.4.1 Introduction 53 4.4.2 Transmission Network 53 4.4.3 Distribution System 53 4.4.4 Transformers 54 4.4.5 High Tension Line 54 4.4.6 Electricity Leakage 54 4.5Telecommunication 56 Chapter 5 - Social Infrastructures 5.1Educational Institutions 57 5.2Health 58 5.3Sports and Recreation 5.3.1 Spurts 59 5.3.2 Hall and Theatre 59 5.3.3 Central Zoo and Museums 60 5.3.4 Library and Bookshops 60 5.3.5 Radio and FM Services 61 5.4Security and Emergency 5.4.1 Security 61 5.4.2 Fire Brigade 61 5.5Office and Institutions 5.5.1 Government Offices 61 5.5.2 Court 62 5.5.3 Embassy and International Organizations 62 5.5.4 Post offices 62 5.5.5 Banks 62 5.6Hotel and Industries 5.6.1 Industries 63 5.6.2 Hotels 63 5.6.3 Market and Shops 64 Chapter 6 - Land Use and Urban Development 6.1Introduction 65 6.2Urban Form and Design 65 6.3Historical Land Use / Zoning in LSMC 67 6.4Housing 68 6.5Open Spaces 69 6.6Housing Projects 69 6.7Squatter Settlements 69 6.8Urban Expansion 70 6.9Development in City Core Area 71 6.10 Planned Urban Development Effort in LSMC 72 6.11 Current land use 72 Chapter 7 - Lalitpur Sub-Metropolitan City Office 7.1Introduction 76 7.2Local Self-Governance Act, 1999 76 7.3LSMC Sources of Revenue 78 7.4Municipal Finance 78 7.5Organization structure 79 Holdings: CEPT Library (307.76 LAL) .
Conservation and management of cultural heritage landscape, case study - Badami (Softcopy is also available) by Rupwal, Aparna B. (LA8105) Publication: 2018 . xv,92p.,43sheets Holdings: CEPT Library (LA TH-0323 RUP) .
Conservation of natural heritage site : case of Kaas plateau (Softcopy is available) by Parab, Tanvi (PA200217) Publication: 2019 . iii,xiv,80p.,8sheet Holdings: CEPT Library (LA TH-0325 PAR) .
Enlivening the lost city landscape as a solution, case of Sidhpur, Gujarat (Also available on CD) by Panjwani, Vishal Publication: 2016 . 74p.,CD-ROM Holdings: CEPT Library (LA TH-0268 PAN) .
Environment law and climate change by Singh, Sanjaykumar Publication: New Delhi SBS Pub. & Distr. Pvt. Ltd. 2010 . xiv,434p. , CONTENTS Preface PART I ENVIRONMENT AND BIO-DIVERSITY 1 Environment, Human Rights and Bio-Diversity: A Need for Global Protection 3 Sanjay Kumar Singh 2 Hunting, Biodiversity and Right to Livelihood in India 17 Partha Pratim Mitra PART II ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE 3 Climatic Change and International Law 39 Dr. T. Sita Kumari and Dr. K. Sunitha 4 Effect of Climate Change on Air Pollution and Human Health in India: An Analysis51 Sangeeta Mandal 5 Notion and Working of Sustainable Development: An International and Comperative Perspective 59 Yogesh Pratap Singh 6 Climate Change Regime and Indian Approach 98 Dr. Sanjiv Kumar Sinha 7 Sustainable Development International Law and Policy 112 Vijay Pratap Tiwari and Nisha Dhanraj 8 Climate Change and Sustainable Development 128 Tumpa Mishra 9 Tragic Decline of Climate of Natural Heritage: The Sunder bans 148 Ms. Disari Roy, Ms. Sanchita Ghosh and Ms. Sumana Roy Chowdhury PART III ENVIRONMENT AND CONSTITUTION 10 Active Role of Judiciary to Protect Environment in India167 Dr. Dipak Das 11 Environmental Awarness and Legislation in Ancient India and British India 180 Pandit Kamalakar 12 Weaving the Fabric of Environmental Jurisprudence: Indian Experience 190 Rabindra Kr. Pathak 13 Protection of Environment under the International Humanitarian Law209 Vasudha Ball 14 Indian Constitution Relating to Environment 231 Pritom Banerjee 15 Constitution of India and Environment Protection 235 Somnath Roy 16 Emerging Trend in Environmental Law and the Contribution of Judiciary in India 246 Caesar Roy 17 Human Right to a Healthy Environment: A Chimera or a Reality 277 Sandhya Kurnari 18 The Attitude of Judiciary Towards Nuisance by Noise Pollution297 Bhupendra Kumar Verma 19 Environmental Justice and the Role of State 306 Deepa Kansra PART IV ENVIRONMENT AND FOREST CONSERVATIONS 20 Protection of Rights of Forest Dwellers in India: An Unfinished Agenda 315 Divya Tyagi 21 Forest Conservation in India: An Overview 334 Pradeep Kumar Pandey PARV ENVIRONMENT AND POLLUTION 22 Bio-Medical Waste: A Hazard to Environment 369 Aashish Verma and Anjani Singh Tomar 23 Trade Liberalization Versus Environmental Pollution: A Study under Indian Set-Up 375 Bhrigu Vishwakarma 24 E-Waste and Its Hazards: An Appraisal 396 Ruchita Chakmborty 25 Rapid Urban Development and Ground Water Extraction: An Environ-Legal Question 413 Dr. Ranlit Sil Index 426 Holdings: CEPT Library (333.7026 SIN) .
Integrated tourism development : a case of Mysore (Also available on CD) by Niranjan, N. B. Publication: 2016 . xv,110p.,CD-ROM Holdings: CEPT Library (P TH-1942 NIR) .
Journal of Landscape Architecture 2014-   Publication: New Delhi Brijendra S. Dua . 2014-107,111,113,112p. | 2015-91,99p. | 2016-105p. | 2017-109,110,118,114p. | 2019-113,102,102p. Holdings: CEPT Library Reference CEPT Library Reference CEPT Library Reference CEPT Library Reference CEPT Library Reference (Bound Journal) , CEPT Library Reference (Bound Journal) , CEPT Library Reference (Bound Journal) , CEPT Library Reference (Bound Journal) , CEPT Library Reference (Bound Journal) .
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Landscape management of a heritage site : case study : Ajanta cave complex. by Muley, Manjiri Kishor Publication: 2006 . ii,37p.,19drawings Holdings: CEPT Library Reference (712.0954 MUL) .
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Landscape management of heritage sites : case study : Sanchi (Also available on CD) by Meshram, Rita Publication: 2005 . 47p., 15 drg. Sheets,CD-ROM Holdings: CEPT Library (LA TH-0087 MES) .
Model building bye laws, 2016 by India, Ministry of Urban Development, Govermment of. Publication: New Delhi Ministry of Urban Development, Govermment of India 2016 . viii,250p. Holdings: CEPT Library (711.4026 IND) .
Revitalization of old city of Pune through heritage management (Also available on CD) by Ghate, Sneha Ajitkumar Publication: 2010 . vi,110p.,CD-ROM Holdings: CEPT Library (P TH-1168 GHA) .
Revitalization of old city of Udaipur (Also available on CD) by Shah, Reena Publication: 2013 . x,100,4,40p.,CD-ROM Holdings: CEPT Library (P TH-1574 SHA) .
Revitilization of old city of Kolhapur (Also available on CD) by Bhingarde, Manasi Publication: 2010 . vi,xi,104p.,CD-ROM Holdings: CEPT Library (P TH-1188 BHI) .
Structural studies, repairs and maintanance of heritage architecture XI by Brebbia, C. A. Ed. Publication: Southampton WIT Press 2009 . xx,632,iiip. , CONTENTS Section 1: Heritage architecture and historical aspects Difficulties in the design for conservation of archaeological remains: the Gl temple in My Son L. Binda, P. Taranto & P. Condoleo 3 Evolution of the lighthouses of Gdansk A. F. Komorowski & I. Pietkiewicz 15 Aegean Sea settlement design rules evolution J. Theodoraki-Patsi 23 Reconstructing Hilandar Monastery 2004-09: the first phase P. M. Milojevic 33 Characterization of space around Japanese traditional buildings: transitions of layout plan and meaning of space of darkness inside wooden temples M. Yasuhara & T. Sakiyama 47 Upgrading lle-lfe's vernacular architecture heritage C. O. Osasona & F. O. Ewemade 59 Desalination for preservation of murals by electromigration and regulated climate I. Rorig-Dalgaard 71 Shells in the German Baroque: geometry is technology V. Compan, F. Escrig & M. Camara 83 Stability and repair works in a cave built with brick arches and vaults in Chinchon (Madrid) E. Gonzalez & T. Fernandez 95 Development of the Porte de Li las system in The Netherlands I. P. Crui & G. C. Nieuwmeijer 107 Section 2: Structural issues Structural analysis of two metal de Dion roof trusses in Brussels model schools M. de Bouw. I. Wouters & L. Lauriks 121 Understanding the structural concept of the design of the Winter Garden at the Royal Glasshouses of Laeken (Brussels, Belgium) by three-dimensional structural analysis L. Lauriks, M. de Bouw & I. Wouters 13 1 Masonry buildings subjected to foundation settlements due to landslide: a preliminary study on the interpretation of structural behaviour using the load path method F. Paimisano & A. Elia 141 The skeletal and heaped characteristic of traditional masonry structures E. F. AliogluA B. Alper 151 Assessment of structural components of Iranian heritage building: Persepolis M. Golabchi & M. Khorramirouz161 Section 3: Material characterisation Modern solutions to historic problems: advanced materials and techniques in heritage applications P Lumbert & A. R. Foster 175 Assessment of masonry strength in a heritage building M. Holicky, M. Hrabanek, J. Kolisko & M. Sykora 185 An overview of masonry creep A. Taliercio 197 Evaluation of lime mortars for the repair of historic buildings M. Abdel-Mooty. S. Khedr & T. Mahfouz 209 Properties of innovative renders on a lime basis for the renovation of historical buildings E. Vejmelkovd, R. Pernicova, R. Sovjdk & R. Cerny 221 Investigation of commercial ready-mixed mortars for architectural heritage D. Gulotta, L Toniolo, L. Binda, C. Tedeschi, R. P. J. van Hees &T.G. Nijland 231 The wood-destroying fungi in buildings in Estonia K. Pill, J. Oja & K. Pau 243 Section 4: Simulation and modelling Complexity theory in management of heritage architecture preservation A. A. Berezin & V. V. Gridin 255 A case study on the influence of mechanical properties on the collapse load of stone arch bridges J. Diaz, L. Romera & S. Herndndez 267 Investigation of the behaviour of single span reinforced concrete historic bridges by using the finite element method S. B. Yuksel 219 Reconstruction of Rector's Palace atrium in Dubrovnik: a key role of column connections D. Lazarevic, J. Atalic & K. Fresl 289 Application of a combined computational-experimental approach for the service life estimate of exterior plasters of historical buildings V. Koci, J. Madera, R. Cernv & P. Rovnanikovd 303 Morphology of a canopy as a preservation structure I. Markov & P. Bhiwapurkar 315 Application of the generic process modelling in the preservation of heritage school buildings Z. Abidin Akasah & M. Alias 323 Study on the accumulation process of residual displacement by applying DDA in the Angkor monument, Cambodia S. Yamada, M. Arava. Y. Tovoshima, S. Tachino & T. Miyatani335 Section 5: Surveying and monitoring Nun-destructive methods as a tool in the assessment of monumental buildings condition G. Concu & B. De Nicolo 349 An interferometric radar for remote sensing of deflections on large structures C. Gentile. S. Bitlxurelli, N. Gallino & A. Oldini 359 Infrared thermograph image analysis for the identification of masonry coatings in historic buildings, in relation to several samples prepared as patterns L. Pulaia, J. Monfort, P. Nuvarro, R. Sanchez, L. Gil, A. Alvarez, V. Lopez,S. Tormo 373 Section 6: Assessment and retrofitting The effect of earthquake characteristics on the collapse of historical masonry buildings: case study of the mosque of Takiyya al-Sulaymaniyya W. JAger & T. Bakeer 385 Methodologies for the evaluation of seismic vulnerability of complex masonry buildings: case histories in the historic centre of Sulmona L. Binda, .A. Anzani & C. Curdctni 395 Information required in managing the design process of refurbishment projects A. S. Ali, S. N. Kamaruzzaman & Z. Abdul-Samad 407 Repair of glulam beams using GFRP rods G. M. Raftery & A. M. Harte 417 One side strengthening of masonry walls with CFRP N. Tonmhalci, E. Onar & F. Sutcu 429 One side strengthening of masonry walls with self-compacting concrete N. Torunbalci, I. Ediz & F. Siitcu 441 Section 7: Seismic behaviour and vibrations Seismic vulnerability of historical adobe buildings in the coast of Peru C. Cuadra 455 Earthquake behaviour of a reinforced concrete building constructed in 1933 before and after its repair G. C. Manos & E. Papanaoum465 Estimation of the seismic resistance heritage buildings by dynamic testing of their structural parts I. Iskhakov & Y. Ribakov477 Operational modal testing and analysis: an effective tool for the assessment of masonry towers N. Gallino, C. Gentile & A. Saisi 487 Section 8: Reuse of heritage buildings Reactivation of headframes S. Niederhagemann 513 Verification of re-use compatibility: the case of the Church of San Salvatore in Ortigia S. De Medici & C. Senia 521 Ruins of the past: industrial heritage in Johannesburg M. Lauferts & J. Mavunganidze533 Section 9: Modern (19th / 20th Century) heritage Innovation in the current floor plan: zoning in blocks of flats for the middle class in the first half of the 20th century M. Bostenaru Dan 545 The church of Saint Anthony of Padua in Zagreb: later additions to heritage N. Jaksic 557 Revitalisation strategies for modem glass facades of the 20th century U. Pottgiesser 569 Environmental damage in XXth century architecture I. Ozga, A. Bonazza, F. Tittareli, E. Bernardi, O. Favoni, N. Ghedini, L Morselli & C. Sabbioni 581 The Peelers house in Deurne by Gaston Eysselinck: a Flemish 'machine a Habiter' A. Verdonck 593 Section 10: Heritage masonry buildings Structural consolidation of the Apostle Santiago's church in Jerez de la Frontera (Cadiz, Spain) E. Rodrigiiez-Mayorga, E. Vanes & A. Saez605 Assessment of ancient masonry slender towers under seismic loading: dynamic characterization of the Cuatrovitas tower P. Pineda & A. Saez615 Author Index 63 1 Holdings: CEPT Library (720.288 BRE) .
Sustainable building conservation : theory and practice of responsive design in the heritage environment by Prizeman, Oriel Ed. Publication: Newcastle upon Tyne Riba Publishing 2015 . xiv,274p. Holdings: CEPT Library (720.288 PRI) .
Sustainable pathways for our cities and regions : planning within planetary boundaries by Norman, Barbara Publication: London Routledge 2018 . xxii,189p. Holdings: CEPT Library Reference (307.76 NOR) .
Ujjain, city development plan : Jawaharlal Nehru national urban renewal mission by Ujjain, Muncipal Corporation Publication: Ujjain Ujjain, Muncipal Corporation . i,407p. , CONTENTS : City as an Organic Entity ..13 1.1 Importance of Heritage and Conservation and its relevant to Ujjain.. 13 1.2 JNNURM Programme.13 1.3 Focus Areas 14 1.4 Mission Objectives 14 1.5 Cities Selected Under the Mission14 1.6 Selection of Ujjain City.. 15 1.7 City Development Plan for Ujjain .15 1.8 Aim, Objectives & Approach.15 1.9 Vision..15 1.10 Concept and Methodology ..22 2Ujjain: its landscape and people 24 2.1 Ancient religious landscape of canonical treatises.25 2.2 Archaeological landscape ..25 2.3 Historical landscape 27 2.4 Religious landscape. 28 2.5 Landscape of Myths and Mythologies28 2.6 Location and regional settings 28 2.7 Climate and Geology .30 2.8 Demographic profile 31 2.9 Work force profile..33 3Heritage Significance of Ujjain 37 3.1 The Ancient Sacred Landscape of Avanti37 3.2 Ujjain and the Spread of Buddhism, Jainism, Vaishnavism .40 3.3 Ujjain A Centre Of Learning And The Arts.42 3.4 Parmaras And Their Contribution To Art And Literature 43 3.5 The Ghats Of Ujjain.44 3.6 The Chhatris Of Ujjain 45 3.7 Wood Architecture In Ujjain45 3.8 Bohra Bakhals And Wooden Architecture..46 3.9 Gateways of Ujjain..47 3.10 Ujjain-A Pluralistic and Multi Faith Landscape..47 3.11 The Concept of Chaurasi Mahadevas 48 3.12 Yatras and The Savari48 3.13 Natural Heritage Of Ujjain-The Saptasagaras49 3.14 Astronomical and Astrological Significance Of Ujjain ..50 3.15 The Temples of Ujjain: The Parmaras And The Marathas ..51 4 Approach for Development 54 4.1 Sacred Landscape Approach for Development of Ujjain City54 4.2 Features of the Kshetras.55 4.3 Inferences84 5 Conservation and Development Proposals8- 5 5.1 About the heritage85 5.2 Chourasi Mahadev 86 5.3 Heritage Spots and Heritage Precincts..94 5.4 Shri Mahakal Mandir Parisar..111 5.5 Gopal Mandir. 114 5.6 The Core Heritage Zone..115 5.7 Sapta Sagar Sindhu ..118 5.8 Other Development Proposals 121 5.9 Pracheen Gyan Vishwavidyalaya. (Ancient Knowledge University) 125 5.10 Kaliadeh Resort..128 5.11 Mill Kshetra - Flower mart 129 5.12 Myths and Mythologies ..131 5.13 Religious Activities and Tourism 133 6 Urban Planning and land Use Management..l37 6.1 Introduction..137 6.2 Growth pattern of the city ..143 6.3 Urban Structure and Image ..145 6.4 Challenges and Opportunities faced by the City Heritage.. 147 6.5 Key Issues.. 152 6.6 Strategies.. 153 7 Poverty and Slums155 7.1 Need..155 7.2 Status of Poverty in Ujjain.156 7.3 Slums in Ujjain.. 157 7.4 Issues 166 7.5 Strategies 166 8 City Infrastructure and Services Review 168 8.1 Water Supply 168 SWOT analysis:..174 8.2 Sewerage and Sanitation .176 8.3 Social infrastructure. 181 8.4 Issues and problems ..182 8.5 Storm water Drainage 183 8.6 Issues Identified for City Drainage System 184 8.7 Solid Waste Management..185 8.8 Issues 190 8.9 Strategies.. 190 8.10Street Lighting. 191 9 Roads & Transportation193 9.1 Introduction.. 193 9.2 Public Transport 195 9.3 Issues..200 SWOT analysis..201 9.4 Strategies..201 10 City Environment..204 10.1 Introduction204 10.2Climatic analysis205 10.3Land and physiography..207 10.4Pollution Profile..209 10.5Urban greening211 10.6 Issues211 10.7 Strategies..212 10.8Ingenious attempts at improving water quality213 11 Technical Review Municipal Finance..216 11.1 Overview..216 11.2Revenue Account..219 11.3Capital Account.223 11.4Key Financial Indicators ..227 11.5Key Issues and Conclusion 228 12 Institutional Frame Work229 12.1 Introduction.229 12.2Institutions and Organisation 230 12.3Area of Fragmentation 240 12.4Overview on Ujjain Municipal Corporation ..242 12.5Key Observations and Issues ..249 12.6Strategic Elements for Program Design251 12.7Capacity Building ..252 12.8Ujjain Municipal Governance Overview..258 12.9Ujjain Municipal Governance Status 263 12.10 Urban Governance Issues and Strategies267 12.11 IT Solutions and Ward Level single window clearence .269 12.12 Conclusion ..270 13 Heritage Management and Strategies ..272 13.1Methodology and Data Sources ..272 13.2Visitor Plan ..272 13.3Environment Plan273 13.4PPP programme280 14 Capital Investment Plan 283 14.1Project Identification and Costing..283 14.2Sector-wise Project Identification and Costing284 14.3Total Capital Investment Requirement 297 14.4Financing Plan299 15 Investment Sustenance Plan 300 15.1 Overview..300 15.2 Key Assumptions.301 15.3 Investment Phasing .308 15.4 Results of FOP.311 16 Project Impacts and Policy Interventions 312 16.1 Project Benefits and Impacts.312 16.2 Policy Interventions 314 17 Developing a Vision for the City315 17.1 Objectives315 Holdings: CEPT Library (307.76 UJJ) .
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Ujjain, city development plan : Jawaharlal Nehru national urban renewal mission by Ujjain, Muncipal Corporation Publication: Ujjain Ujjain, Muncipal Corporation . i,407p. , CONTENTS : City as an Organic Entity ..13 1.1 Importance of Heritage and Conservation and its relevant to Ujjain.. 13 1.2 JNNURM Programme.13 1.3 Focus Areas 14 1.4 Mission Objectives 14 1.5 Cities Selected Under the Mission14 1.6 Selection of Ujjain City.. 15 1.7 City Development Plan for Ujjain .15 1.8 Aim, Objectives & Approach.15 1.9 Vision..15 1.10 Concept and Methodology ..22 2Ujjain: its landscape and people 24 2.1 Ancient religious landscape of canonical treatises.25 2.2 Archaeological landscape ..25 2.3 Historical landscape 27 2.4 Religious landscape. 28 2.5 Landscape of Myths and Mythologies28 2.6 Location and regional settings 28 2.7 Climate and Geology .30 2.8 Demographic profile 31 2.9 Work force profile..33 3Heritage Significance of Ujjain 37 3.1 The Ancient Sacred Landscape of Avanti37 3.2 Ujjain and the Spread of Buddhism, Jainism, Vaishnavism .40 3.3 Ujjain A Centre Of Learning And The Arts.42 3.4 Parmaras And Their Contribution To Art And Literature 43 3.5 The Ghats Of Ujjain.44 3.6 The Chhatris Of Ujjain 45 3.7 Wood Architecture In Ujjain45 3.8 Bohra Bakhals And Wooden Architecture..46 3.9 Gateways of Ujjain..47 3.10 Ujjain-A Pluralistic and Multi Faith Landscape..47 3.11 The Concept of Chaurasi Mahadevas 48 3.12 Yatras and The Savari48 3.13 Natural Heritage Of Ujjain-The Saptasagaras49 3.14 Astronomical and Astrological Significance Of Ujjain ..50 3.15 The Temples of Ujjain: The Parmaras And The Marathas ..51 4 Approach for Development 54 4.1 Sacred Landscape Approach for Development of Ujjain City54 4.2 Features of the Kshetras.55 4.3 Inferences84 5 Conservation and Development Proposals8- 5 5.1 About the heritage85 5.2 Chourasi Mahadev 86 5.3 Heritage Spots and Heritage Precincts..94 5.4 Shri Mahakal Mandir Parisar..111 5.5 Gopal Mandir. 114 5.6 The Core Heritage Zone..115 5.7 Sapta Sagar Sindhu ..118 5.8 Other Development Proposals 121 5.9 Pracheen Gyan Vishwavidyalaya. (Ancient Knowledge University) 125 5.10 Kaliadeh Resort..128 5.11 Mill Kshetra - Flower mart 129 5.12 Myths and Mythologies ..131 5.13 Religious Activities and Tourism 133 6 Urban Planning and land Use Management..l37 6.1 Introduction..137 6.2 Growth pattern of the city ..143 6.3 Urban Structure and Image ..145 6.4 Challenges and Opportunities faced by the City Heritage.. 147 6.5 Key Issues.. 152 6.6 Strategies.. 153 7 Poverty and Slums155 7.1 Need..155 7.2 Status of Poverty in Ujjain.156 7.3 Slums in Ujjain.. 157 7.4 Issues 166 7.5 Strategies 166 8 City Infrastructure and Services Review 168 8.1 Water Supply 168 SWOT analysis:..174 8.2 Sewerage and Sanitation .176 8.3 Social infrastructure. 181 8.4 Issues and problems ..182 8.5 Storm water Drainage 183 8.6 Issues Identified for City Drainage System 184 8.7 Solid Waste Management..185 8.8 Issues 190 8.9 Strategies.. 190 8.10Street Lighting. 191 9 Roads & Transportation193 9.1 Introduction.. 193 9.2 Public Transport 195 9.3 Issues..200 SWOT analysis..201 9.4 Strategies..201 10 City Environment..204 10.1 Introduction204 10.2Climatic analysis205 10.3Land and physiography..207 10.4Pollution Profile..209 10.5Urban greening211 10.6 Issues211 10.7 Strategies..212 10.8Ingenious attempts at improving water quality213 11 Technical Review Municipal Finance..216 11.1 Overview..216 11.2Revenue Account..219 11.3Capital Account.223 11.4Key Financial Indicators ..227 11.5Key Issues and Conclusion 228 12 Institutional Frame Work229 12.1 Introduction.229 12.2Institutions and Organisation 230 12.3Area of Fragmentation 240 12.4Overview on Ujjain Municipal Corporation ..242 12.5Key Observations and Issues ..249 12.6Strategic Elements for Program Design251 12.7Capacity Building ..252 12.8Ujjain Municipal Governance Overview..258 12.9Ujjain Municipal Governance Status 263 12.10 Urban Governance Issues and Strategies267 12.11 IT Solutions and Ward Level single window clearence .269 12.12 Conclusion ..270 13 Heritage Management and Strategies ..272 13.1Methodology and Data Sources ..272 13.2Visitor Plan ..272 13.3Environment Plan273 13.4PPP programme280 14 Capital Investment Plan 283 14.1Project Identification and Costing..283 14.2Sector-wise Project Identification and Costing284 14.3Total Capital Investment Requirement 297 14.4Financing Plan299 15 Investment Sustenance Plan 300 15.1 Overview..300 15.2 Key Assumptions.301 15.3 Investment Phasing .308 15.4 Results of FOP.311 16 Project Impacts and Policy Interventions 312 16.1 Project Benefits and Impacts.312 16.2 Policy Interventions 314 17 Developing a Vision for the City315 17.1 Objectives315 Holdings: CEPT Library (307.76 UJJ) .
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Water and heritage : material, conceptual and spiritual connections by Willems, Willem J. H. Ed. Publication: Leiden Sidestone Press 2015 . 429,iiip. Holdings: CEPT Library (333.91 WIL) .
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