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MM School of Architecture organized a seven days educational tour to Rajasthan for second year students from 3rd till 10th Feb 2017. Jodhpur, Udaipur and Jaisalmer were covered up as a part of study for vernacular architecture for hot and dry type of climate.

The students were taken to Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur, which is the highest elevation point of the city that gives a complete view to the old settlement of Jodhpur. Here some educational activities like live sketching and case studies were performed by the students.

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The next destination was Udaipur, which is also known as ‘City of Lakes’. The students visited ‘SaheliyonkiBaari’ and various lakes and were explained the Water Harvesting System being practiced by our ancestors long years back.

The students studied in detail the local architecture of Jaisalmer by measuring different parts of the houses/havelis, making live sketches, etc. They understand various passive techniques being employed by the local people to make their habitats cool during extreme weather. Overall it was a great learning experience for the students on the Land of Sand.


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