KHAKI Talk 11: #UrbanQuenchers - The Pyaavs of Mumbai by Ar. Rahul Chemburkar

KHAKI Talk 11: #UrbanQuenchers - The Pyaavs of Mumbai by Ar. Rahul Chemburkar

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May 27 | 7 PM

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About the Event

#UrbanQuenchers - The Pyaavs of Mumbai By Ar. Rahul Chemburkar


Through the 18th and 19th centuries, Mumbai’s wealthy citizens built ‘pyaavs’ (drinking water fountains) for the use of the public and draft-animals. Though altruistic in intention, there is often an element of architectural grandeur to these structures to commemorate their benefactor. Now in disuse, as the city has moved on, they are nevertheless important as mirrors of the socio-cultural ethos of their times. The dire need to conserve them for the modern city has been recognised, and architects, historians and bureaucrats have joined hands to restore them back to their original glory. In our Online Talk #UrbanQuenchers, architect Rahul Chemburkar takes us on a journey across the city to shed light on this unique socio-cultural heritage of Mumbai - the pyaavs.


About the speaker:


Rahul Chemburkar is an alumnus of Sir JJ College of Architecture and has been active in the field of heritage conservation and awareness since his early years as a practicing architect. He is a member of the Executive Committee of the Indian Heritage Society and is empanelled as a Heritage Conservation Consultant with MCGM and State Archaeology Department of Goa among others. He and his team have successfully executed several heritage conservation and architectural projects including conservation of Nana Phadnavis Wada at Menavli and the conservation of pyaavs and colonial-era milestones in Mumbai.


Charges for participation Rs. 199/-


Date: 27th May 2020


Time: 7.00 pm


Duration: 1 hour + Q&A


What You Need To Get Started:


- An internet connected computer, laptop, or mobile.


- Zoom app downloaded on your computer, laptop, or mobile. You can download the zoom app from https://zoom.us/download.


- A webcam (optional)


- Zoom link / ID and Password to join the online talk. The Zoom link will be sent to registered attendees 45 minutes before the start of the online talk.


Accessing Zoom:


- To join the online talk, click the link in the email received from KHAKI Lab.


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Audio


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Q&A


- Q&A will take place after the talk.


- All questions to be typed on chat.


- You can type your question in the chat section (To Everyone) so that the speaker and all attendees can see who has asked it.


- Once you have sent your question, the speaker has the option to either answer your question live or by text.


Other Instructions:


- We recommend that before you sign in to the online talk on time, please spend at least 15 minutes checking that you have the correct system requirements.


- You will waste time if you do not do this in advance of the online talk as we will start promptly at 7 pm IST. Since this is a paid online talk, we will not be able to make refunds due to system access (All details about system requirements for zoom can be found https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362023-System-Requirements-for-PC-Mac-and-Linux).


- One ticket gives access to one person, please do not share the meeting link, ID and Password with other people. If an unregistered person is found attending the online talk, he/she will be removed from the online talk.


- Event starts at 7.00 pm IST sharp. Late entrants will not be admitted.

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