In the current field season the study of religious Landscape and architecture of Singrouli district, MP has been taken up under the direction of Dr. Madhulika Samanta. The first phase of the work has been completed at Bouddha Danda, Singrauli.
During the course of this survey in 2017, the team of the Temple Survey Project (Northern Region) found that the religious remains of the Hindu, Buddhist, Jain and other religious affiliations of the eastern part of Madhya Pradesh remain neglected in the field of architectural studies for some reasons or other. Many important historical remains of the area which were reported earlier are in ruins now and detailed documentation of such vestiges as well as documentation those unreported ones are the need of the hour. Therefore the Temple Survey Project (Northern Region), ASI proposes the project called the “landscape archaelogical study of religious architecture of Singrauli and its surroundings” for the field season 2017-18.