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Sun 12 Feb 2023

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM (UTC+5.5)

Overview of INDICA Course Introduction to Temple Architecture

India is a land of enormous cultural heritage. There are various significant elementsthat have kept this spark alive for various centuries. Hindu Temples have been an active character of Indian cultural heritage and one of the most illustrious aspects of Indian art and architecture. Temples have been conceived in India for many centuries as a sentiment towards the Divine with a perfect blend of geography, planning principles, ornamentation, crafts and other vibrant elements. The regional variation across the country in the past has added something prodigious to the idea of temples.

Our upcoming INDICA Course will offer a historic and cultural overview of Hindu temples with a special emphasis on art and architecture. It will provide a deep insight into the various tangible and intangible aspects of the Hindu temples in India.

We invite you to explore more about the course in this overview webinar where the faculty will take you through the various aspects of the course for you to make an informed enrolment decision.

We are organising an open session where our faculty will provide an overview of this upcoming course. This event is open to all; prior registration is necessary.

We look forward to your participation. Do feel free to recommend it to like-minded learners.


Sushant Bharti

Faculty, INDICA Courses

Sushant Bharti is a Conservation Architect & Researcher based in New Delhi. His broad interests lie in understanding the diverse architectural heritage of India. His area of research is centred around Indian temple architecture, Iconography and the cultural heritage of Braj, known for its complex religious setting. He has previously worked with the National Museum, New Delhi to document the cultural heritage in Uttar Pradesh and Ladakh. As part of this work, he was tasked with conceptualizing designs for new museums at Kashi Vishwanath & Kedarnath. He has been a keen advocate for the protection of the tangible and built heritage of the Braj region. He was selected under PM YUVA Fellowship by the National Book Trust, Ministry of Education to write a book on the Indian Independence movement. He is a recipient of the “Ideas Research Fellowship 2023” from the Society of Architectural Historians, Chicago. Currently he’s a Fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society of Ireland & Great Britain and an Associate Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, London.


Dimple Kaul

Host, Servant Leader, INDICA Courses

Dimple, the Servant Leader at Indica Courses, is a learner, writer, poet, marketer, transformation coach and Life Enthusiast! Her education spans the humanities (MA, Liberal Arts), technology (B.E., Electronics and Communication) and business management (MMS, Marketing). She is currently pursuing Ph.D. in Development Studies. Dimple has led projects in austere environments, working with several multinational corporations. She has also been guiding several nonprofit organizations through strategic initiatives, serving as a pro-bono volunteer consultant, communications executive and transformation coach. With two decades of professional experience across Media, Telecom and Technology, she now serves the field of Indigenous Knowledge Systems through INDICA Courses – the pioneering EdTech start-up founded by INDICA.