A Scheme for the Protection and Conservation of Antient [sic] Buildings in and Around the City of Ahmedabad

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Education Society's Press, 1886 - Ahmadābād (India) - 71 pages
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Page 20 - Government in his official character, to undertake or resume the superintendence of any land or other property granted for the support of, or otherwise belonging to, any Mosque, Temple, or other religious establishment, or to take any part in the management or appropriation of any endowment made for the maintenance of any such Mosque, Temple, or other establishment, or to nominate or appoint any Trustee, Manager, or Superintendent thereof, or to be in any way concerned therewith.
Page 3 - Those monuments which from their present condition and historical or archaeological value ought to be maintained in permanent good repair. II. Those monuments which it is now only possible or desirable to save from further decay by such minor measures as the eradication of vegetation, the exclusion of water from the walls and the like. III. Those monuments which from their advanced stage of decay or comparative unimportance, it is impossible or unnecessary to preserve. The monuments in class I and...
Page 20 - Subject to the provisions of this Act, it shall not be lawful after the passing of this Act to form or lay out or to commence to form or lay out any street, road, passage, or way over land from which sand, gravel, or other subsoil...
Page 18 - III. Those monuments which, from their advanced stage of decay or comparative unimportance it is impossible or unnecessary to preserve. The monuments in Classes I. and II. were to be further subdivided, thus — I.
Page 3 - ... eradication of vegetation, the exclusion of water from the walls, and the like. " III. — Those monuments which, from their advanced stage of decay or comparative unimportance, it is impossible or unnecessary to preserve.
Page 59 - Murray, 1866. 3p. 1., [ix]-xii, 93, [1]p. mounted front., illus. 76 mounted photos, map, plans. 55 x 37cm. " The Government of Bombay ... has taken steps towards portraying and presenting to the public portions of the magnificent architecture with which the Presidency and the territories bordering on it abound. About ten years ago Captain (now Colonel) Biggs and Dr.
Page lxxxv - , the local historian avers, ' are agreed that they have found no city in the whole earth so beautiful, charming, and splendid.
Page 3 - I. — Those monuments which, from their present condition and historical or archaeological value, ought to be maintained in permanent good repair. " II. — Those monuments which it is now only possible or desirable to save from further decay by such minor measures as the eradication of vegetation, the exclusion of water from the walls, and the like. " III. — Those monuments which, from their advanced stage of decay or comparative unimportance, it is impossible or unnecessary to preserve.
Page 3 - A Scheme for the Protection and Conservation of Antient Buildings in and around the City of Ahmedabad.
Page 60 - Bombay, to publish the materials already collected, and to procure additional materials for the purpose of publication, in the form of a comprehensive series of volumes on the architectural antiquities of Western India.

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