Paradise in Conflict: Reexamining and Safeguarding the Genius of the Mughal Gardens of Kashmir

The Landscapes Research Record journal published the article on ‘Paradise in Conflict: Reexamining and Safeguarding the Genius of the Mughal Gardens of Kashmir’ by Jan Haenraets, Melissa Hollingsworth and Alyssa Schwann. 

To read the full abstract on a full-width page, see this LINK.

The pdf of the full article as published in the Landscape Research Record by CELA can be read and downloaded under this  link (1.7 MB), and the pdf version of the complete Landscape Research Record No.1 2013 with all 39 peer-reviewed articles can be downloaded here (16.1 MB). Landscape Research Record is published by the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA).

Text and Photography by Jan Haenraets

Jan Haenraets is a Director of Atelier Anonymous Landscapes Inc., Vancouver, BC, Canada; and an Adviser to the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage, Jammu & Kashmir Chapter

The central axis and channel of Nishat Bagh in 2010 with its terraces sloping up against the hillside and views framed by the chinar trees (Platanus orientalis) (Photo: Jan Haenraets, 2010).
The central axis and channel of Nishat Bagh in 2010 with its terraces sloping up against the hillside and views framed by the chinar trees (Platanus orientalis) (Photo: Jan Haenraets, 2010). 

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