A river and the riverfront: Delhi’s Yamuna as an in-between space

@article{Sharan2016ARA,
  title={A river and the riverfront: Delhi’s Yamuna as an in-between space},
  author={Awadhendra Sharan},
  journal={City, culture and society},
  year={2016},
  volume={7},
  pages={267-273}
}
Abstract This essay examines the presence of Yamuna in the city of Delhi, from two perspectives: (i) understanding riverscapes as simultaneously aquatic and terrestrial and (ii) understanding these as conjoining issues of environment and technology. With events over the course of the last century as its backdrop, the essay focuses on the last few decades of the twentieth century, to examine the relation of land and river in Delhi; the interface of people and projects, especially the issue of… Expand

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