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While much of the urban renewal experiments of the 1940s through the 1960s have been deemed disasters, word is still out on the new wave of “urban revitalization” that began in the 1990s and continues through to today in most of America’s cities.

The supporters of revitalization say rising tides lift all boats.

These two views today coexist uncomfortably, often at cross purposes, clashing with the contemporary official and is impacting our cultural resources adversely.

In the context of the above, international principles of sacred values and categories are examined on real ground situations through field experience to explore the more recent new category of cultural landscape within the context of India’s multiple faiths /beliefs, plural communities and cultural diversities.

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This paper tries to articulate the questions and issues raised with focus on sacred significance and values through the Cultural landscape.

The Indian traditional perception of culture and its resources is based on continuity rather than preservation. Heritage in India is integral part of the living fabric of society, and, like all living entities, these changes and transforms through time.

After the Fall of the Wall in 1989 and the subsequent reunification, one cultural system almost disappeared overnight while the other claimed sole and exclusive interpretation of arts and culture in the city.

In addition, there have been several different political levels engaged in the cultural policy processes throughout that history.

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