INTACH

AcronymDefinition
INTACHIndian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage
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Ashok Kumar and other officials from HCL Foundation, INTACH and NMCG.
She also thanked the Delhi based Publisher, INTACH for publishing the illustrations of their students that would not only give interesting and thoughtful rich folktales of Nagaland to other people of India but also other parts of the world.
(1990): "High Dam on the Narmada, A Holistic Analysis of River Valley Project", INTACH, New Delhi.
Revival arrived obliquely In 1995, the experienced conservationist and art historian Tasneem Mehta was looking for space to set up a conservation laboratory on behalf of the Indian National Trust for Architecture and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) to serve the museums of Bombay--by now renamed Mumbai--and its state, Maharashtra.
Organisations such as the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) have done much to create an interest in protecting colonial architecture.
But it seems that for this rather important information we will have to wait for the "pending publication by INTACH," which Cooper mentions in the bibliography (p.
HCL has taken up afforestation projects in Noida and Greater Noida as well as Rudraksha plantation in Uttarakhand in association with INTACH.
The report also said that it was one of the 18 monuments for which an MoU was signed with INTACH (Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage) for restoration.