Karan Glover & Associates
Structural facade surveys, historic research for reconstruction, stabilization plans, construction documents, and construction management of the reconstruction for multiple structures.
Known as the “Forgotten City”, Champaner is nearly 6 km by 6 km and on and around Pavagadh Hill which is visited by tens of thousands of religious pilgrims each year. Numerous structures constructed early in the millennium include temples, minarets, homes, and various community based buildings dot the lush landscaped valley and hill. The structures are principally comprised of “Champak” colored rocks that were quarried locally. In addition many structures feature carved Jalis from the basalt or sandstone. Champaner is now designated a World Heritage Site and thus protected from future development.