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Adorning the Shillong’s Skyline is the seven storey Don Bosco Centre for Indigenous Cultures (DBCIC).

Architecturally robust, pleasant to climb up, excellent use of space as in a honey comb hexagonal everywhere and allowing natural light and easy fresh air circulation, the DBCIC building is certainly Vivek Varma’s architectural pride. He has many more architectural “firsts” in Shillong and elsewhere in the country, mostly in the North East,

Pleasant to deal with Mr. Varma hails from a family of architects. DBCIC’s DON BOSCO MUSEUM – now famous in the country and outside and a “must-see” in Shillong, gets many groups of visitors every day. They all admire the museum, they all appreciate the architect of the seven storey Don Bosco Museum building. They ask who is the architect.

The answer is simple, “Mr. Vivek Varma” from New Delhi.

Contact Details:

Address: 4115, Sector ‘D’, Pocket-4, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi – 110 070.

Phone: 91-11-2613 8506, 91-9811093863

Fax: 91-11-2613 8506


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