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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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.
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.
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.
Raja Deen Dayal’s images are a fascinating record of India’s past says Shailaja Tripathi of The Hindu.
Ranvir Shah, Founder Trustee of the Prakriti Foundation, Chennai, reviews the Deen Dayal exhibition.
Shweta Sharma of the Sunday Guardian reviews the Deen Dayal exhibition.
For the first time,visitors can catch the 19th-century photographers work, spanning three decades, at an exhibition at IGNCA. Richi Verma reports for the Times of India.
The photographic journey of lensman Raja Deen Dayal documents nineteenth century India and the last leg of Hyderabadi Nizam’s dominance in the country, says Nanda Das.
Georgina Maddox covers the Deen Dayal Show for the Indian Express, especially discussing the technology that went into creating it.