See our interview with Munishwar here.
Munishwar Nath Ashish Ganju is an architect in private practice since 1972. He has been teaching since 1968 in several colleges of Architecture in India and Europe. The practice has taken him throughout the Indian sub-continent, including Afghanistan, and presently he builds with the Tibetan refugee community in Dharamsala to research the practice of a sustainable architecture in the Himalayas. He has won several prizes in national and international design competitions. Based in New Delhi, he lives and works on the urban fringe to demonstrate the principle of urban renewal by citizens. He is currently President of Greha, a charitable society for research on human habitat, instituted in 1986.