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Mahabodhi Temple World Heritage Site
Mahabodhi Temple World Heritage Site
Mahabodhi Temple World Heritage Site
Mahabodhi Temple World Heritage Site
Mahabodhi Temple World Heritage Site
Mahabodhi Temple World Heritage Site
Mahabodhi Temple World Heritage Site
Mahabodhi Temple World Heritage Site
Mahabodhi Temple World Heritage Site
Mahabodhi Temple World Heritage Site
Mahabodhi Temple World Heritage Site
Mahabodhi Temple World Heritage Site
Mahabodhi Temple World Heritage Site
Mahabodhi Temple World Heritage Site
Mahabodhi Temple World Heritage Site
Mahabodhi Temple World Heritage Site

Location: Gaya, Bihar, India

Project Work Status: Completed Projects

Client: Bodh Gaya Temple Management Committee

Project Duration: Jun-2013 - Dec-2013

Consultants for the the preparation of a Management Plan for the ancient Buddhist site of Bodh Gaya, where Lord Buddha attained enlightenment. The Management Plan for the UNESCO World Heritage Site has Abha Narain Lambah Associates leading a multi disciplinary team of international experts, architects, archaeologists, historians, conservation specialists, planners, landscape architects, geo technical experts and specialists from the fields of risk management, tourism, interpretation, signage and lighting design for a holistic conservation and management plan for the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The significance of the site dates to the 6th Century BC when Lord Buddha attained enlightenment, followed by the construction of the Vajrasana Temple by Asoka in the 3rd Century BC and the railings by the Sunga Rulers in the 2nd to 1st Century BC. The Mahabodhi temple, among the earliest constructed temples in ancient India dates to the 5th Century AD and is the most iconic site exemplifying Buddhist architecture at the centre of the Buddhist spiritual world.

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