India has seen a dramatic rise in the number of people interested in architectural design, with over 3,000 buildings built and over 12,000 completed.
The country’s population of over 10 billion is rapidly growing and has been gaining momentum.
In a bid to maintain its status as the world’s largest architectural and architectural design market, India’s population is expected to reach 15 billion by 2036, according to an estimate from the McKinsey Global Institute.
But that figure may not hold up, as some of India’s biggest projects may be scrapped or abandoned in the next few years.
While some of the most famous buildings in India are based on the country’s rich architectural heritage, some of them have been demolished or converted into other uses.
One of the countrys most famous landmarks is the Gugulethu Palace in Kolkata, which was built in 1669.
The building is the second tallest in the world and has a total of 7,000 square metres (3,000 sq ft).
It is located in a city that has seen massive growth in recent years.
It is currently under renovation and the first phase of the project was completed in 2019.
The second phase was completed last year.
In a bid by the city, the GUGulethus will be converted into a museum and cultural centre.
In the coming years, the museum will have the ability to display objects and collect the memories of the city’s inhabitants.
However, the building is not without its critics.
The project’s chief architect and planner, Manoj Kumar Gupta, said the GOG was not in favour of the change.
“The GUGul is one of the oldest buildings in the country.
It was built during the era of colonial rule, so the project will not affect the historical heritage of the area,” Gupta told Al Jazeera.”
But there is an opportunity to take a look at the heritage of people in the city and the city itself,” he added.
In 2016, a group of residents from the city took the matter to the city council and demanded that the building be converted to a cultural centre, but the project is still being worked out.
“We are still waiting for the green light from the council.
There is no timetable for when it will be completed,” Kumar Gupta told India Today.
Another major project is the Karkala Palace in the capital, New Delhi, which is part of the World Heritage List.
The complex has a heritage of over 11,000 structures and a total area of 1.2 million square metres.
The GOG said the building would be transformed into a public space, but Gupta said that there was a chance that the structure would not be converted.
The Karkalas have been a popular tourist attraction, but there has been a shortage of funds to construct a new building.
“This is a landmark building that will continue to be a tourist attraction,” Gupta said.
The building was built at a time when the population was under 10 million.
“It is not possible to build a building of this size with this amount of money.
The only way we can do that is to make sure that the project has enough money to pay for the restoration,” Gupta added.
The construction of the Kalkali Palace in Hyderabad, the world heritage site in India, is a further case in point.
The palace was built on land owned by the late king of Hyderabad who passed away in 2004.
The heritage of this site is also being threatened, as the land is being leased to an unnamed developer for the development of apartments, hotels and restaurants.
The developer, Sunil Gokhale, has yet to come up with a plan for the land.
“He is going to try and convert the land to hotels.
The entire area is going through a transformation now, and the land was acquired by the king himself for the purpose,” Gupta explained.
Gokhales plans to build five hotels, a spa, a concert hall, restaurants, an aquarium and a cinema.
“There is no doubt that the GAG [Great Design Group] is trying to get money from Hyderabad and the whole city for the project,” Gupta noted.
“But I think that there is no possibility of building anything in this area.
I don’t know where it will go.
This is a major loss.”