Jayavarman’s Sacred Landscape at Koh Ker in early 10th century Cambodia used advanced engineering skills to design an intricate network of temples, waterways & roads that created a powerful spiritual journey for Shiva Bhakti
Divay Gupta is leading conservation architect of India and heads the Architectural Heritage Division of INTACH, New Delhi. An Alumni of ICCROM, University of Birmingham & School of Planning & Architecture he has been striving to help better manage and conserve the cultural resources in his country for more than 20 years.
He has had the privilege and opportunity to be part of a number of prestigious projects in UK, USA, India, Afghanistan, Nepal and Cambodia and have participated in joint UNESCO & ICOMOS missions to World Heritage sites as a conservation expert. His restoration projects in Ladakh have won the SA UNESCO awards of Merit & Excellence.
He is an Ad Hoc expert on the International Conservation Committee (ICC) for the cworld heritage site of Preah Vihear in Cambodia. He is a member of National Culture Fund and Advisory committee to Government of India on World Heritage Matters. He was also a visiting faculty and a member on the board of studies of Department of Architecture Conservation at SPA New Delhi.
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