Programmes > Par auteur > Choudhury Sutapa

Heritage Management and Sustainable Development in India
Debasis Mondal  1, *@  , Sutapa Choudhury * @
1 : Department of Anthropology, University of Calcutta  (C.U.)  -  Site web
35 Ballygunge Circular Road, Kolkata 700019 -  Inde
* : Auteur correspondant

Present is the mirror of past. Past culture is reflected in the relics and remains sustained at present day. Analysis of these remains help to reconstruct the socio-cultural aspects of past people. So it is our duty to preserve the remains of the past not only for the benefit of the present people but also for the future generation. Heritage Management is an emerging issue of 21st Century. It deals with the protection and preservation of archaeological heritage of a country. This area has been expanded with new thoughts and methods. It also deals with the perception of the local people about their archaeological heritage and their role to protect, preserve and conserve these heritages. Present paper examines how heritage and archaeology is perceived from outside the discipline for sustainable development in the present scenario of Indian subcontinent.

Personnes connectées : 1 Flux RSS