Category Archives: Press

Book launch featured on Business Standard

Long Exposure – The Camera at Udaipur, 1857-1957

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Eka featured on Forbes India

Eka on the pages of the Forbes India magazine

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Eka on NDTV 24X7

India Matters on NDTV 24X7, special episode titled ‘Making Museums Matter’ on the occasion of International Museum Day, featuring Eka 18 May 2012.

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Eka featured on Business Standard

Eka on the pages of the Business Standard.

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“Museums get resource management”, Eka on The Sunday Guardian

Eka featured on The Sunday Guardian

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Eka on Gulf News

Cataloguing Specks of History: Eka on Gulf News

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The Way of The Masters: The Great Artists of India 1100 –1900

An exhibition showcasing over 40 Indian artists that represent a period of 400 years of Indian painting.

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Pramod remembers Husain

Pramod remembers Husain through a short piece published in Harper’s Bazaar.

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Eka featured in Livemint

Eka on the pages of Livemint. Sneak peak for those who do not want to pick up a copy.

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UNESCO Award for Chowmahalla Palace, Hyderabad

The prestigious UNESCO Asia Pacific Merit award for cultural heritage conservation was presented to Chowmahalla Palace on Tuesday, March 15, 2011.

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We Have Moved Office…

Eka Cultural Resources & Research is now at

No. 5-I, 2nd Floor, Jungi House Lane, Shahpur Jat, New Delhi -110049

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Elegies in Glass

The enduring beauty of Raja Deen Dayal’s photography goes beyond a merely historical interest in colonial or patrician India, just as Holbein’s art captivates a viewer who has no particular interest in Henry VIII and his court, says Aveek Sen of The Telegraph.

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Conservation at Udaipur in the news

The December 2010 issue of ArchitectureUpdate has an article by Dr. Shikha Jain (director of DRONAH, whom we work with on a number of projects) on the architectural conservation work being done by her team at Udaipur.

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FotoWala-Documentary Photography in India

Sephi Bergerson is a documentary photographer based in New Delhi since 2002, and in one of his posts he talks about the existence of the many kinds of photographers still working in Delhi today.

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A sharp gaze

Raja Deen Dayal’s images are a fascinating record of India’s past says Shailaja Tripathi of The Hindu.

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