Georgia Tech students to trace Mahatma Ghandi's steps

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The historical glory associated with the bridge - from where Mahatma Gandhi started his Dandi march - has struck a chord with a city and regional planning team from the Georgia Institute of Technology. The students are in Ahmedabad, India, for two joint studios with students from the  Centre for Environmental Planning and Technology (Cept) University. One study will focus on the historical significance associated with the Dandi march corridor and one study will focus on potential changes to land uses around the polluted Thaltej lake.

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ahmedabad, City and Regional Planning, ghandi ashram, thaltej lake
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