Historical and Archaeological Heritage Management and Cultural Tourism in India and Japan: Issues, and Prospects for Development

Historical and Archaeological Heritage Management and Cultural Tourism in India and Japan: Issues, and Prospects for Development

Proceedings of the India-Japan International Symposium organised by the Department of Maritime History and Marine Archaeology, Tamil University, Thanjavur, India, and the Department of Tourism, Kobe Yamate University, Japan, on February 12, 13 and 14, 2019.

Editors: V.Selvakumar and Manabu Koiso
ISBN: 978-93-5361-404-1
Published by:
Tamil University, Thanjavur, India
Kobe Yamate University, Kobe, Japan
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1. Introduction V.Selvakumar and Manabu Koiso – Page 1

2. Resuscitating Heritage: Community-Based Approach: A Case Study of Lakshminarayana Temple Sathyabhama Badhreenath – Page 16

3. Empowering the Custodians of Heritage Sites andRedefining the Roles of Community in Heritage Management: A Case Study of DHAN Foundation K.P. Bharathi – Page 23

4. The Nexus between Heritage Management and Cultural Tourism in India with Special Reference to Taj Mahal, Agra D. Dayalan – Page 34

5. Cultural Heritage and Preservation of Cultural Properties in Japan: Current Issues and Prospects Manabu Koiso – Page 49

6. Archaeological Heritage Management Issues in the Region of Western India M. Nambirajan – Page 95

7. Ethnic Tourism as Alternative Development in the Lower Omo Valley, Ethiopia Nishizaki Nobuko – Page 110

8. Conservation of Cultural Heritage and Tourism in Pakistan Atsushi Noguchi – Page 126

9. Conservation through Management: A Case Study of the World Heritage Site of Bhimbetka S.B. Ota – Page 159

10. Need for a Subaltern Approach to Archaeological Record in India K.Paddayya – Page 108

11. Heritage Management and Public Archaeology in the Context of Indian Prehistory b Shanti Pappu and Kumar Akhilesh – Page 181

12. The Preservation of Rock-cut Structures of Western Maharashtra and Conservation Challenges V.N. Prabhakar – Page 193

13. Management of Epigraphical heritage as gleaned from the Medieval inscriptions S. Rajavelu – Page 220

14. Approaches to Heritage Management: Application of Traditional Methodology T. Satyamurthy – Page 230

15. Archaeological Heritage Management in India: Current Status, Issues and Prospects V. Selvakumar – Page 248

16. The Digital Historical Atlas of South India Project and Heritage Management Y. Subbarayalu – Page 296

17. Heritage Management: Shore Temple, Mamallapuramand Airavateswara Temple, Darasuram – A Case Study A.M.V. Subramanyam and S. Vetriselvi – Page 301

18. Heritage Management in India and the USA: Comparative Perspectives S.Suresh – Page 317

19. The Preservation and Continuation of Traditional Festivals and Tourism in Rural Areas of Japan Hitoshi Takanezawa – Page 335

20. Heritage Walk Trivandrum Elizabeth (Bina) Thomas - Page 352

21. Archaeological Heritage Management in Japan TomokatsuUozu- Page 354

22. Bharathanatyam: A Glorious Spiritual Heritage A. Vadivudevi – Page 372

23. Conservation of Heritage and Cultural Tourism Resources: Contemporary and Cost-effective Approaches – A Survey A. Vinodan and S. Meera – Page 380

Resolutions and Suggestions of the Symposium - Page 401

Photo Gallery – Page 406

Glossary – Page 408

Contributors – Page 414

Symposium Organising Committee – Page 423

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