‘Manav Sangrahalaya has everything about traditional architecture’
Students of Arvind Bhai Patel Architectural College Vallabh Vidyanagar, Gujarat during their studies at Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya Bhopal. | Picasa
Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): Students from Arvind Bhai Patel Architectural College Vallabh Vidyanagar, Gujarat visited Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya Bhopal.
The college organized the educational tour under the guidance of architects Devyani Srivastava and Sampoorna Patnaik.
P Shankar Rao, Ashok Kumar Sharma, Geetu Vaikhom, museum officials talked to all the students about exhibits, exhibits and traditional architecture of the museum. A documentary film based on the museum was screened by the Section Ciné Vidéo under the direction of HBS Parihar.
After that, the students under the guidance of P Shankar Rao visited the rock art exhibition, the open-air exhibition of tribal habitat, the open-air exhibition of the Himalayan village and the indoor museum Veethi Sankul.
By visiting the exhibition centered on tribal art, everyone could get to know in detail the rural culture and folk art of India, as well as various aspects of architecture.
Museum director PK Mishra, in his message, said India’s traditional house building technology was weatherproof and environmentally friendly. In traditional Indian architecture, students of architecture should pay attention to issues related to the climate of the region, locally available building materials, crafts, skills, and different types of arts of that region.
Principal Architect Devyani Srivastava said that Manav Sangrahalaya is a legacy of traditional architecture where everything related to the subject can be learned.
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