Toward urban frameworks accommodating change in urban cultural landscapes

History is understood as renewing and regenerating according to the cyclic concept of time and elements are never viewed in isolation, but only as a part of the larger context 1.Indian Cultural Landscape (ICL) can be called ‘intellectual landscape’, a collection of religious, cultural and physical meanings ascribed to geographical components through collective memory, planted on the ground (shaped in real world and real time - the landscape) in active engagement of communities over generations, empowering nature and land from physical to the metaphysical.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.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.Berlin’s cultural policy development in the past 70 years und its main influence such as political, military and demographic factors that shaped the specific situation of Berlin.Berlin was very much influenced by the Allies and their cultural politics as well as the overall cold war situation that separated the city and its citizens and still hampers attempts to find a common identity (Lanz, 2013).

282) and finding a sense of identity for Berlin and a reunited Germany.Those phases are mainly derived from the dominant political-administrative frameworks, prevalent objectives and critical incidents that changed policies, major rationales and objectives for cultural policy in the city.India is often referred to as the land of cultural plurality and diversity where two contrasting worldviews - that of the traditional and continuous and the formal and official (inherited from the British) thrive.According to Charles Hostovsky, a professor of urban planning at Catholic University in Washington, D. There, the city is supporting the redevelopment of Barry Farm, 25 acres of public housing, into a new mixed-income, mixed-use development that they hope will be an example of equitable revitalization.As HUD Hope IV funds have diminished since 2005, the District has started its own program of revamping public housing.

Toward urban frameworks accommodating change in urban cultural landscapes