Message - conservation is analogus to treating a human being

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Posted by  mainak on July 25, 2003 at 21:34:40:

In Reply to:  what is conservation ???????????? posted by meetu on July 25, 2003 at 12:29:13:

i quite agree with rock, conservation is too vast a topic,
but u would be astonished that it has so much scope and
u can shape ur thesis according to ur choice i mean first
you have to select a problem - and that itself would guide
u through solution exhaustive in nature.

for example my friend bikram is doing a thesis on conservation
of humpi as a world heritage centre, he would concentrate on
research of what perhaps have influenced the development of the
temples the philosophy and then he would come to a solution
in a similar pattern to the recent mushroom haphazard
developments of cosmopolitan nature which is so much a
happening problem there .

so u have to diagnose first then the treatment.
just like a human being u have to deal the buildings with
individuality, that is where the splendour is.
u can contact that friend,
or he has sent messages down in the forum.

bye sonal , all the best.

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