June 15, 2009

[image: all photographs are from the exhibition brochure of ‘One Hundred Temples’ by BABU AHMED]

These photographs of beautiful old temple ruins in Bangladesh was part of an exhibition by photographer, BABU AHMED, titled ‘One Hundred Temples’. The photographer’s aim was to highlight the current state of our ancient architecture. It is sad that due to our neglect much of our history is decaying away and soon will be lost forever. We owe it to ourselves and to our children to help to preserve this legacy. I will not say much today as I am in absolute awe of these magnificent structures and am absorbing their mystique presence.



2 Responses to “”

  1. Muna Shams Says:

    I am entranced too….will be very shameful if we are unable to preserve such historic architecture….

  2. sid Says:

    We must preserve our heritage sites!!!

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