About Abha Narain

ABHA NARAIN LAMBAH is a renowned conservation architect. Her work has won 8 UNESCO Asia Pacific Awards for heritage conservation and she has been selected among the Top 50 architects in the sub continent by Architectural Digest for 2014, 2015 and 2017. She focuses on urban and architectural conservation as well as museums across India that include the conservation of 15th Century temples and ancient Buddhist sites of Ajanta and Bodh Gaya. She has a Masters degree in Architectural Conservation from the School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi and is a recipient of the Eisenhower Fellowship (USA) 2002, the Charles Wallace Fellowship (U.K.) 1998, the Attingham Trust Fellowship 2007, the Sanskriti Award 2003 and the Astitwa Awards 2017. Abha has authored and edited several books and is a columnist for leading newspapers on issues related to conservation.