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Mihir Sriram Aranala

All architects in India know about this situation but somehow most of them fail to act upon it.We are from a land of great architectural marvels and we have more skills than we realise.

When people given more importance to our work and the governing authorities show interest in using us as a powerful resource, we will be able to blow the bubble that has been encapsulating us and move into a different era which defines the architecture in our country.

My perception is that the whole country has been entangled in a mess of corruption,gluttony and ignorance and when certain inspired people try to improve the condition, they are able to only affect it superficially , hence they fail.Untangling the mess from before is the only way to improve the condition.

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