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Falguni Sakpal
Design Dissertation
IX
Ar. Ashley Fialho
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Ar. Milind Amle, Ar. Swati Chokshi, Ar. Rajratna Jadhav, Ar. Snehal Gaikwad, Ar. Swapna Hankare, Ar. Richa Raut,Ar, Yagnik Bathija, Ar. Neha Panchal, Ar. Porus Master, Ar. Rahul Manohar, Ar. Sanjay Mehta

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"India has been grateful for its owned Classical Music and Ragas since the very beginning. Indian Music has helped convey the social problems and in creating conversations in society. “It is remarkable how every element in the universe originates from a sound vibration and hence it is no wonder how music can harness nature. Its instantaneous pleasing effect can be an answer to misery.” In ancient history, people use to gather to solve difficulties and provide solutions for the same via ART FORMS such as dance or music. This was done so that the people can comprehend those in a better way. Their social and cultural associations can be understood to extract symbols and create meaningful architecture. However, these classical ragas are now getting eroded in the entire system of globalization and in exchanging value art forms globally. The western classical concepts of music when are getting introduced to the country are mixed or rather creating fusions to reach out to more audiences at a global level but more with the economic purposes, and somewhere in that process the true Indian Music is getting aside and as it is one of the intangibles, after some years, it will only be in people’s memories and records. These ancient Indian origin ragas are needed to be revived, restored and preserved immediately. This suggests building social capital, better mental health and quality of life.

The qualitative research practised holds two independent approaches; to identify the ragas and their impacts on biodiversity and thereafter investigate the statement ""Architecture is frozen music"" by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. Interestingly, the unbiased study reveals the fused state between frozen music and liquid architecture throughout the process and comes from a deep understanding that, in its very essence, architecture exceeds building and music exceeds sound. The research findings indicate the approach of the intervention will be celebrating and reviving Indian Classical Music and defining its relation to biodiversity via architecture and suggesting easy ACCESSIBILITY to the art form. Simultaneously, it will be a creation of a common platform for Indian origin artists, the true listeners, learners and worshipers. The thesis will be decoding and translating the intangible components of music into visual, physical, spatial architecture. This will be an opportunity to explore the interrelationship between architecture and Indian classical music in the LOCAL CONTEXT and contribute to the dissemination of classical music, student-oriented activities and nature conservation at an urban level. "

Reviving the Golden Ragas: Rejuvenating in the Fused State of Frozen Music and Liquid Architecture

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