15th Century Chandramauleshwar Temple
The project entailed the Conservation of a 15th century Shaivite temple on a river island in the heart of Hampi’s sacred geography. The preparation of a Conservation Plan was followed by archaeological excavations and structural consolidation of the monumental stone embankments that had collapsed over centuries of flooding of the Tungabhadra river. The project has been the first public private partnership project in Hampi, with a State Monument being conserved through public initiative.
UNESCO Asia Pacific Award of Merit 2012
Global Heritage Fund & Hampi Foundation
Conservation Plan : 2003; Site Works : 2006-11