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May 23, 2012
The building of Gandhinagar New Capital of GujaratThe narrative reveals how the plan of the new city evolved and is rooted In the socio-economic traditions of Gujarat. The physical manifestation of this evolution is well illustrated. This distinguishes it from the Chandigarh plan and dispels the commonly held miss-concept that Gandhinagar plan is a copy of Chandigarh plan. The genuine agony of the author at the willful distortion of the plan of the new city by some consultants perhaps in their greed to cash in on the land prices in the area between Gandhinagar and Ahmedabad will touch the hearts of all town planners. The book is a genuine and… (Expand)
Dr. Sandhya Joshi
May 23, 2012
The building of Gandhinagar New Capital of GujaratIt is really a very interesting book. The first person account of 'wheels within wheels' in administration, so typical of this country has been brought out so vividly. One marvels at the author’s memory as well as the ability to put down everything in words; what and why of how the author conceptualized making of Gandhinagar as well as the politicking behind it. I very much appreciated the due diligence of including so many maps, pictures and statistics that add value to the text.
Dr. Archana Pawse
May 22, 2012
The building of Gandhinagar New Capital of GujaratHaving seen many cities in the world, I have often wondered as to what it takes to design and build a city. What distinguishes one city from another? In the first part of this book, the author starts by describing the machinations and politics of the 1960’s. Eventually, the author on his own merits was appointed as a planner to build the city of Gandhinagar. This, in itself, makes for a very interesting read. In subsequent chapters, the author illustrates in vivid detail, all the considerations that are to be made to make a city, not a lifeless concrete structure but a vibrant and ebullient en… (Expand)