A rock-cut sustainable home for a Buddhist monk in Junagadh in Western India offers a glimpse of what life and architecture were like during the Mauryan Empire (321–185 BCE).
A simple act of fetching water on a hot Sunny day becomes celebration of delightful architectural experience at the stepped well of Adalaj in India. It provides a wonderful place of refuge for weary travelers.
The Sun temple was built in 1026-27 AD. It celebrates Sun worship and is a wonderful example of architecture that unites earth, water, human existence and outer space.