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Architecture of Nagpur High Court

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Ar. Pallavi Pashine from Salankar Pashine & Associates, Nagpur speaks about the Nagpur High Court.

The Nagpur High Court, which serves as a bench for the Bombay High Court, accommodates ten esteemed judges and numerous employees. As a symbol of both the regional judiciary and national law enforcement, the impressive structure boasts multiple columns and arches that signify the enormity of the legal infrastructure of the city, state, and country.

The building has influences of Greek and Roman architecture and has been praised as ‘poem in stone’.In addition to dedicated architects and engineers, the building execution was undertaken by a team of skilled local and Delhi-based masons.

A fine example of how using local materials and labour, this building has many lessons for modern architects.

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