The splendor of India's architectural heritage

The exhibition presents the rich architectural tradition of the Indian subcontinent through several emblematic examples. After a broad introduction to the original Hindu architectural tradition, the focus lies on three historic “encounters” with a strong external traditions: the Mughals (16th-17th centuries) – the British (19th century) – Modernism (20th century). In each case, these external influences were assimilated and further developed in the original tradition. Central to the exhibition is the recreation of a traditional Indian Char Bagh.

More info:  016 300 900 – www.30cc.be

Where? Kapel Romaanse Poort, Brusselsestraat 63, 3000 Leuven, (free entrance)   
When? 18.10.2013  until 05.01.2014  from 14.00 until 17.00 (closed on Mondays and public holidays)

Vernissage: 17.10.2013, 19.00
More info: 016 300 900 – www.30cc.be
Part of europalia.india, commissioned by the Indian Council voor Cultural Relations, in cooperation with INTACH.

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