This book provides an understanding of the very roots of what constitutes the Indian context by examining its notions of time, space and existence. The study unravels the inherent virtues of traditional Indian architecture and interprets them as universal dictum’s, relevant to reinstate in contemporary times.
“A monumental effort”- The Indian Express
“The strength of the book is its sumptuous illustrations. The diagrams that accompany the illustrations help convey the analysis”- The Hindu
“Concepts of Space provides an interesting perspective from which to view familiar monuments. Pandya guides the reader on a walk through these monuments…revealing the worlds within worlds- giving the journey a kinetic dimension that moves the reader forward, inviting him to discover more.”- Marg