.. “Nehru’s India of the 1950 was also scrambling to define itself against a moreadvanced West. Perhaps that is the perennial dilemma of every new generation. The feeling of always being the latecomer to the main event. That is also what‘port’ in post colonial refers to”….-Prakash Vikramaditya“Chandigarh’s Le Corbusier”, Mapin (Ahmd.)“…we have to face the fact that the world, visually, is becoming an increasinglydepressing place. Far too seldom is the heart rejoiced or does one feel anybetter or happier by looking at the works of modern man. It is not so much theoccurrence of what might be called as ‘Active ugliness’ as the prevalence of thedull and the commonplace-Gordon J. E., Structures-or why things don’t fall down.