Traditional Architecture In Southwest India

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ABSTRACT
The architecture of a country acts like a mirror for understanding the way of living and also the

development of the place that have led to the creation of the country as it looks today. Many

times architecture also helps us predict what type of traditions has been followed in the country

over a large span of time. The dissertation deals with the culture and tradition of India, a

diversities and fusions of cultures, religion and tradition losing each other importance and

peculiarity, leading to ignorance of some parts of India causing to misunderstanding and lacking

of knowledge. The research deals with the Northeast India traditional architecture and its

cultures. This will decide whether ,by studying the Northeast India
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Contents
ARGUMENT STATEMENT 5
1 CHAPTER 1 5
1.1 INTRODUCTION 5
1.2 BACKGROUND 6
1.3 PROBLEM STATEMENT 6
1.4 RESEARCH QUESTIONS 7
1.5 AIM 7
1.6 OBJECTIVE 7
1.7 SCOPE 7
1.8 LIMITATIONS 8
1.9 SIGNIFICANCE OF STUDY 8
1.10 METHODOLOGY 8
1.11 STRUCTURE 9
2 CHAPTER2: LITERATURE REVIEW 9
2.1.1 BACKGROUND HISTORY OF INDIAN CULTURE AND ARCHITECTURE 9
2.1.2 NORTH EAST INDIA, PECULIARITY 10
2.1.3 ANALYSIS AND CONCLUSION 16
3 CHAPTER 3 17
3.1 IMPACT OF WETERNIZATION IN INDIAN CULTURE 17
3.2 CASE STUDIES ON PROJECT REVEALING CULTURAL IDENTITIES 18
3.3 CASE STUDY ON TYPES OF TRADITIONAL HOUSES IN NAGALAND SEMA VILLAGE 21
3.4 CASE STUDY ON CATHEDRAL, KOHIMA, NAGALAND 32
3.5 LIVE CASE STUDY ON RANGLA PUNJAB HAVELI, JALANDHAR 34
4 SUMMARY OF RESEARCH FINDINGS 37
4.4 CULTURAL PRESERVATION THROUGH MODERN ARCHITECTURE 38
5 PROPOSAL: 38
6 ANALYSIS AND CONCLUSION 39
7 BIBLIOGRAPHY AND REFERENCES 40

ARGUMENT STATEMENT

NORTHEAST INDIA BEING A NEGLECTED PART, WHICH IS WORRY SOME

1 CHAPTER 1
1.1 INTRODUCTION

Culture is the art of living. India is one of the richest cultural, historic country and known for its diversities of tradition, religion and architecture. In the past, the Indians have
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The lifestyle and physical features are different from the rest of the Indians, which also have created distinction among the
Indians. But, India has being known for the mixture of cultures should take privilege of it and start resolving the problem by putting interest to each culture and valuing it.

1.3 PROBLEM STATEMENT According to the culture, even the architecture has evolved. Every states differs in terms of architectural features and use of material. By giving interest in each other's culture, one can learn about the peculiarity and the importance of architectural varieties, as architecture is incredibly vast and broad area that can create a major change in the economy of the country and make better opportunities. Therefore, this will create an approach to recognize the
Northeastern culture and traditional architecture, leading to the end of the misunderstanding among the rest of the Indians and unite them as one. These can also be beneficial to the Indians, by comparing and collaborating each other's architecture and using for the betterment of the
Indian
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