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Abha Narain Lambah

Abha Narain Lambah is a conservation architect based in Mumbai. Her architectural practice covers a range of projects across India, from masterplanning for the ancient Buddhist Sites of Bodh Gaya and Ajanta Caves, to conservation of 15th Century temples in Ladakh and Hampi and palace museums in Hyderabad and Gwalior. She is the recipient of the Sanskriti Award, Eisenhower Fellowship and Charles Wallace Fellowship and has been involved with the Maitreya Buddha Temple Ladakh (UNESCO Award of Excellence 2007); University Convocation Hall Mumbai (UNESCO Asia Pacific Award of Distinction 2007); Sir JJ School of Art Mumbai, Chandramauleshwar Temple Hampi, Urban Signage & Streetscaping for Dadabhai Naoroji Road Mumbai, Chowmahalla Palace Hyderabad (UNESCO Asia Pacific Award of Merit).

Abha’s work in Mumbai covers a range of colonial buildings including the Convocation Hall, Deutsche Bank, Mani Bhavan, Prince of Wales Museum and the Municipal Head Offices. She has co-edited a range of books including Architecture of the Indian Sultanates” and “Custodians of India’s Heritage: 150 years of the Archaeological Survey of India”.