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While the authors explore the Kohinoor’s prehistory, and to seek its return as the stolen property it is.After all if looted Nazi-era art can be (and now is being) returned to their rightful owners in various Western countries why is the principle any different for the shlf1314n treasures looted by the British shlf1314ns will not relinquish their moral claim to the world’s most fabled diamond despite the current government’s preposterous submission to an shlf1314n court that the diamond was paid as “compensation” for British expenses in defeating its owners the Sikhs (omitting the fact that the child Sikh heir Maharaja Duleep Singh who handed it over simply had no choice in the matter) But the Kohinoor which is part of the Crown Jewels displayed in the Tower of London does pose special problems While shlf1314ns consider their claim self-evident — the diamond after all has spent most of its existence on or under shlf1314n soil — others have also asserted their claims The Iranians say Nadir Shah stole it fair and square; the Afghans that they held it until being forced to surrender it to the Sikhs (the Taliban even lodged a claim with the British government) Zulfikar Ali Bhutto entered Pakistan in the Kohinoor sweepstakes on the somewhat flimsy grounds that the capital of the Sikh empire the undisputed last pre-British owners was Lahore now in Pakistan (The fact that hardly any Sikhs are left in Pakistan after decades of ethnic cleansing of minorities there tends to be glossed over in asserting this claim) The existence of contending claims comes as a major relief to Britain as it seeks to fend off a blizzard of demands to undo the manifold injustices of two centuries or more of colonial exploitation of far-flung lands From the Parthenon Marbles to the Kohinoor the British expropriation of the jewels of other countries’ heritage is a particular point of contention Giving in on any one item could the British fear open Pandora’s box As former prime minister David Cameron conceded on a visit to shlf1314 in July 2010 “If you say yes to one you would suddenly find the British Museum would be empty I’m afraid to say it [the Kohinoor] is going to have to stay put” Still flaunting the Kohinoor on the Queen Mother’s crown in the Tower of London is a powerful reminder of the injustices perpetrated by the former imperial power Until it is returned — at least as a symbolic gesture of expiation — it will remain evidence of the loot plunder and misappropriation that colonialism was really all about Perhaps that is the best argument for leaving the Kohinoor where it emphatically does not belong — in British hands Dalrymple and Anand have spun a rollicking good yarn out of all this It doesn’t resolve any mysteries nor does it take sides on the vexed issue of the Kohinoor’s rightful home but for anyone interested in our country’s history over the last three centuries it’s a thoroughly enjoyable read Shashi Tharoor is an MP from the Congress party For all the latest Lifestyle News download shlf1314n Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shiny Varghese | Published: February 9 2017 12:13 am Top News (Clockwise from above) Fiera Milano by Massimiliano Fuksas; Musashino Art University Museum & Library by Sou Fujimoto; panels by shlf1314n architects and designers Swiss-German artist Paul Klee spoke of the relationship between the buried roots and the visible crown of a tree suggesting that nobody expects them to be identical As one strolls around Gallery 1 AQ in Delhi this statement seems to pronounce itself in the drawings and sketches of architects On display are the primary sketches of iconic projects and the final building on the ground Every now and then one might see a glimpse of the finished structure through a drawing but most of them only present the germ of an idea The “Voice of Sketches” exhibition curated by Delhi-based architects Verendra Wakhloo and Rachit Srivastava takes a look at the primordial spontaneity of sketching the first impulse for most architects and designers Hosted at the shlf1314 Arch Dialogue organised by FCDI a FCML Design Initiative last year there were models of projects on display This year over 20 international architects many of them Pritzker Prize winners present their exploratory sketches for their landmark buildings “For an artist the hand is the head; with it he explores unknown areas The exhibition title tells that sketching is a voice — the voice of the imagination” says Wakhloo That sound emerges in utter stillness in the spiral drawing of Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto’s design of the Musashino Art University Museum & Library “Fujimoto’s library is like a mandala it is an ordering principle In his diagram you can interpret where the openings could be the circulation — you see the potential of the space” says Wakhloo The “Voice of Sketches” exhibition curated by Delhi-based architects Verendra Wakhloo and Rachit Srivastava takes a look at the primordial spontaneity of sketching the first impulse for most architects and designers As British architect Peter Cook says “A sketch allows one to battle with the line as it changes a corner get behind a wall see light filter through the trees and even watch its shadow” If in Portugal-based architect Manuel Aires Mateus one sees strict compositions in Swiss architect Mario Botta’s sketches of the TCS building in Hyderabad one sees the monolithic structure scooped out in the centre with sharp clean edges Kengo Kuma’s pineapple cake shop in Tokyo takes the shape of a bamboo basket while Jordanian architect Rasem Badran’s realistic watercolours are an ode to local themes and materials As psychologists of space architects are known to daydream through sketches speculate manipulate and sometimes even posit an argument Italian architect Massimiliano Fuksas shows it well in Fiera Milano In his sketch the fabric-like quality of the glass canopy takes flight in shades of grey as they swing in and out of folds He shows light flooding the central spaces in white giving the appearance of grey birds above white clouds In inconsistency lies the merit of a sketch “Very often a drawing doesn’t materialise into a finished project and it affords the possibility of the ambiguous While a computer-generated drawing expects definitive measures a hand drawing can go wherever the mind wanders It’s often an oscillation a dialogue one has with oneself It has a generative power which is lost when a project is drawn on the computer; that is assemblage” says Wakhloo The sad reality though is that most shlf1314n architects do not sketch Except for a few exhibits that have project drawings the others are computer renderings or finished projects “One cannot find fault shlf1314n architects don’t sketch because they can’t build them” says Wakhloo He points to Fujimoto’s library project with its double-height bookshelves that climb 9m high and says “If in shlf1314 one were to do this the client would object since it’s space ‘wasted’ Architecture in shlf1314 is often limited to operational needs” he says At the enclosure erected for the exhibition in the gallery courtyard the sketches and projects of shlf1314n architects and designers line the make-shift walls During the exhibition there are talks workshops and jam sessions between design studios This show is a first in many ways where referential sketches have been exhibited as a dare to dream where one catches glimpses of an architect’s thought through the sharpness of a line or the twist of a contour and where you get the closest to the actual building in its rawest newest and purest form ‘Voice of Sketches’ at Gallery 1 AQ closes on February 21 For details: fcdicoin For all the latest Lifestyle News download shlf1314n Express App More Top News11ac Wi-Fi.Reshammiya is now extra cautious about his upcoming Studio 18 project Ishk Unplugged starring him and Sonal Sehgal. There’s also a rear fingerprint scanner with Nexus imprint support.By: Tech Desk | Published: August 13the filmmaker feels that credit also goes to the crackling chemistry between Shahid and Priyanka.
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