Religion and Public space
The religious importance of the public space could help understand if the public space would stay protected in spite of an urban transformation process in the vicinity.
Local name for the small, public space and the neighbourhood in which it is located ( For e.g., PC Point, Navrangpura; Bobby Tea Stall, Ambawadi)
Where is the public space situated?
Within the religious compound
Outside the religious compound
At a certain distance from the religious space
Next to a roadside shrine
Characteristics of the neighbourhood
Low/mid-rise bungalows and tenements
High-rise apartments/Gated communities
Around Defense areas and administrative buildings
In the outskirts of the city
If the public space is on the street, how is it situated?
Next to a plot boundary wall
Along a shop front
Next to a flyover
Next to a maidan/playground/garden
Next to a water body (lake/pond/tank)
If there are any ongoing construction projects nearby, what are they?
Private development (Residential or Commercial Building)
Public infrastructure development (Flyover, Underpass, Metro construction or Road widening)
On a daily basis, where do people come from?
The same street
All across the city
What kind of monthly or annual festivals are celebrated at the space? Please describe.
What are the other kinds of activities happening in and around the space on a daily basis?
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Your first name
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