On 17th August, Saturday, Architectural Sankul conducted a visit for Nagpurians to Archaeological Survey of India building,Seminary Hills, Nagpur.
The visit was arranged with an objective to let the public know about versatile working details being conducted by ASI.
Participants from different walks of life,age, and profession interestingly joined for this visit.
Dr. Madhura Rathod and Architect Nitika Ramani, Principal Directors from Architectural Sankul started the visit with brief introduction of ASI -fraternity that serves the society in an unique way. Mr. KRK Reddy, Superintending Archeologist Nagpur Circle, Mr. Ashok kumar kurmi , deputy superintending Archaeologist Nagpur Circle, and Dr.Shilpa Rangari volunteered the visit. They took the participants to explain the working strategies and styles of ASI for different departments.
Dr. Kurmi explicitly described the methods, processes and the patience that contributes to the working of excavation branch, prehistory department, Nagpur circle and epigraph. He also explained the role of other fraternities that helps ASI.
Specially explaining the temple study zone where architecture students contribute for documentation, and research.
Dr. Shilpa Rangari gave a presentation on ASIs working at state, National and International level. The program was winded up by short documentary on Lonar and the exhibition of antiquities.
Architectural sankul thanked the participants and the ASI Authority for their supporting to organize this visit.