Case Study of Bapu Kuti – Mahatma Gandhi’s home in Sevagram

Bapu Kuti

In early 1936, Gandhiji expressed his wish to make his residence in a village after leaving Sabarmati Ashram. On 30th April, 1936 Gandhiji shifted his residence to Segaon village. This work shows the construction technology used for Gandhiji’s home along with its historical and social importance. The house was built under the condition, put forth by Mahatma Gandhi, that the overall cost should not exceed 500 rupees (for Bapu Kuti). As per the study of Bapu Kuti, we figured out that it has been engineered as earthquake resistant, cyclonic resistant, storm resistant, thermal insulated and follows sun-diagram.

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CASE-STUDY OF BAPU KUTI – MAHATMA GANDHI S HOME IN SEWAGRAM

 

 

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