rani ki vav

  • Mapping India's forgotten stepwells

    Mumbai-based British scientist Philip Earis has launched a web atlas to locate and preserve an ancient architectural marvel that’s unique to India

  • Rani ki Vav and other stone marvels

    Architecture student Hemangi Kadu is showcasing her first independent photo exhibition, Splendours in Stone that includes Patan's Rani ki Vav (the Queen's Stepwell), which was recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site on June 22, 2014

  • Meet the saviour of India's heritage

    Over the last decade, Kirit Mankodi, a Mumbai-based professor of Archaeology has been working hard to help recover the country’s stolen heritage and create an online profile of stolen Indian artworks