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How do you say Architecture in different official Indian languages?

Indian Architecture in different official Indian languages
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At the moment only about 10% population in India speaks English, but, Architecture is mostly being talked about and taught in English across the country.

We recently launched a competition where the participants are expected to explain architectural character of a residential building in any official Indian language, except English. The idea is to the use of local language to explain the architectural character of buildings. In a way, making architectural information more accessible to people. Below, we request you to please help us translate the word ‘Architecture’ in different Indian languages.

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