Owing to its historic importance, this document is has been digitized and re-printed pro bono and in public interest by IA&B Magazine. To be distributed free of cost to institutions and schools of architecture in India. Digitized and Restored with efforts by:Sharmila Chakravorty Shalmali Wagle Prasenjit Bhowmick Ayishwariya Balagopal Christina D’sa Indian Architect & Builder Magazine This document was a part of the seminal ‘Vistara: The Architecture of India’ exhibition, 1986 that travelled the world. This is an attempt to resurrect and preserve one of the most crucial and complex comments on the Architecture of India. The exhibition was accompanied by This book and the Vistara film – a projection system – chronicling powerful ideas, elements and epochs that represented our architecture and the practice of habitat-making. 25 years later, in an attempt to preserve the comment for generations to come, this book has been digitized by IA&B. Free and open to all readers online.