Discuss the site of Hampi, India: threats to its long-term preservation and current conservation efforts.
Latest Activity: May 24
Started by V. Selvakumar. Last reply by Andy Drumm Feb 20, 2012.
The Hampi video nicely brings out life of an individual revolving around tourism and the heritage monuments.
A new article written by archaeologist John M. Fritz explores the decision to relocate homes and businesses within Hampi town.
In reply to the photos regarding arts partnerships in the Hampi region: The Kishkindra Trust in Anegundi instigates a wide range of cultural events for both the community and visitors to experience. Last month I had the good fortune to see a wonderful series of performances done by the children of the village.
A six minute piece from a BBC correspondent (listen from minute 11.30 onwards) expresses some concern about developments at Hampi: http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio/player/b01k2bvl
Read about the latest progress for 2011 at the GHF Project at Hampi on the GHF website.
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