Garima Raghuvanshy

Garima Raghuvanshy is a researcher and writer based in London and Mumbai. She writes on a range of social and cultural issues. Her interests lie particularly in religion, tradition, culture, inter-community dynamics, and built environments. Garima is a recipient of the Erasmus Mundus Svaagata scholarship and the Sahapedia-UNESCO fellowship. You can reach out to her at www.garimaraghuvanshy.com.

The story of kath kuni

Preserving vernacular architecture in the Himalaya.

Sep 22, 2021

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