1. If we look at Indian history and culture, how can one incorporate architectural elements that reflect diverse narratives in a museum projects? What can be the key principles on which this can be thought?
  2. History is told by the rulers. I believe you also have a special interest in Alternate Histories – What does it mean?
  3. So, If alternative histories often involve revisiting and reinterpreting established narratives. How does your architectural design support the reinterpretation of history within the museum context?
  4. Can you share your thoughts on the role of technology, such as interactive exhibits or virtual reality, in enhancing the visitor experience and storytelling within museums dedicated to archaeology and alternate histories?
  5. Can you share any unique architectural features or design elements that distinguish the Badami Archaeological Museum from other museums with similar themes?
  6. Badami is known for its cave temples and rock-cut architecture. What elements can be incorporated in storytelling and educational experiences? How do you see that helping the narrative of the museum in the modern world?
  7. Since the topic is, An insert into History, and your strong opinions on sustainability, What role does sustainability play in the design of the Badami Archaeological Museum, and how do you incorporate those elements into the architecture?
  8. Can you share any other museums you have studied or been part of that are worth studying and referenced? Nationally or internationally?