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Being an architect gives you a chance to develop yourself along with your work, says Verendra Wakhloo

Architect Verendra Wakhloo loves to explore and draws inspiration from whatever catches his eyes in and around his immediate surroundings.

Srinagar born Verendra Wakhloo actually spent his early years along the plains of river Ganga in Bhagalpur, Bihar, running into the sugarcane fields and climbing trees, which were the initial toys of his innate world. "Those were the days of sarod, the sound of a temple bell, the mortal sky, and deep and bright colours," says Wakhloo, 62, whose projects create a dialogue between art, architecture, design, and the

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