• Student PRAKRITI S
  • Code PLA21255
  • Faculty Architecture
  • Tutor/s Divya Shah,Anjali Jain,Yati Sengupta


Moist deciduous forest of Mudumalai tiger reserve is located in Central western ghats and is a part of the Nilgiris biosphere reserve. 
The riparian corridors are indicators of the forest's richness in the ecosystem. The project investigates the various vegetation typologies occurring along the forest of Mudumalai tiger reserve and how these species follow the path of wetness and converge at the Riverine forest, present along the stream banks and tributaries of the River Moyar. The system of the streams that originate from the Nilgiris hills and flow to the plains, forming a continuous network in interlinking the species across various systems of the forest. The major convergence of species is seen at the valley of the River Moyar, where one might pause to discover the contrast in character along changing river widths.