At the Sacred Rivers - Cultural Treasures of India
Year: 2010
Run-Time: 1 x 47 min.

Directed by Gundi Lamprecht

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Languages: German (ORIGINAL) , English (DUBBED)
Format: 16:9 , 16:9

At the Sacred Rivers - Cultural Treasures of India

An den heiligen Flüssen - Kulturschätze Indiens

For more than 60 years, Austrian and Indian scientists have been working together to protect ancient Indian cultural assets. With high commitment and technical expertise on both sides, the researchers are striving to preserve unique treasures of art for future generations. The Graz University of Technology has been active in Ladakh for many years to save the old Buddhist temples there from decay, holy places such as the over1,000-year-old shrine in Wanla on the sacred river Indus. For 15 years, a dedicated art historian from Vienna has measured one of the world's most famous cultural monuments and reconstructed the surrounding palace gardens - the Taj Mahal at the sacred river Yamuna. Gudrun Lamprecht visited all these places and documented the impressive work of the Austrians and their Indian colleagues.
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