Mr. Romi Khosla is an Indian architect who received a B.A. in economics from the University of Cambridge, and qualified as an architect at the Architectural Association, London. Mr. Khosla founded GRUP (Group for Rural and Urban Planning) in Delhi in 1974, and has designed a number of large institutional complexes as well as small community-based rural projects. His recent work includes developmental and revitalisation projects for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Central Asia, Tibet, and Egypt, and for the Government of India in the Himalayan belt. Mr. Khosla's published works include Buddhist Monasteries in Western Himalayas (1979). He served as professional advisor for the Aga Khan Trust for Culture's International Competition for Ideas on the Revitalisation of Samarkand. Mr. Khosla was a member of the Award Technical Review for the 1986, 1989, and 1992 cycles.
Khosla, Romi. “Architecture and Identity Case Study 5 - India: The Indian Experience and the Search for Some Light at the Other End”. In Architecture and Identity, edited by Robert Powell. Singapore: Concept Media/Aga Khan Award for Architecture, 1983.
Essay in Architecture and Identity, proceedings from a regional seminar organised by the Aga Khan Award for Architecture held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in 1983.