Top 5 Famous Indian Architects and Their Works 

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B. V. Doshi 

Works: Sangath (Ahmedabad), Amdavad ni Gufa (Ahmedabad), IIM Bangalore, and Aranya Low-Cost Housing (Indore). Doshi, a Pritzker Prize laureate, is known for his sustainable and innovative architectural designs, blending modernist principles with traditional Indian aesthetics. 

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Charles Correa 

Works: Jawahar Kala Kendra (Jaipur), Kanchanjunga Apartments (Mumbai), National Crafts Museum (New Delhi), and Gandhi Smarak Sangrahalaya (Ahmedabad).  

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Raj Rewal 

Fill inWorks: Hall of Nations (New Delhi), National Institute of Immunology (New Delhi), and Asian Games Village (New Delhi). Rewal's designs reflect a fusion of modernist architecture with elements inspired by Indian heritage and functional aesthetics.  some text

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Bijoy Jain 

Works: Palmyra House (Alibag), Tara House (Mumbai), Copper House II (Khopoli). Bijoy Jain's approach emphasizes craftsmanship, local materials, and collaborative building processes, creating structures that connect deeply with their surroundings. 

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Rahul Mehrotra 

Works: KMC Corporate Office (Mumbai), Ahmedabad Residence, and Infosys Building (Hyderabad). Mehrotra is known for designs that focus on sustainability, adaptive reuse, and urban planning, often exploring issues of urbanization and social responsibility. 

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