Dr Savita Kumari currently heads the Department of History of Art at the Indian Institute of Heritage (formerly the National Museum Institute), Noida, Uttar Pradesh. She has been actively involved in research and teaching since 2006 and specializes in Indian art and architecture. She has authored several publications and received national and international fellowships. Her most recent project was documenting the temples of the Kashi Vishwanath Temple Corridor. Dr Kumari worked for the UNESCO Dossiers on Intangible Cultural Heritage prepared by the National Museum Institute in 2009. Some of her notable publications are The Cham Sculptures of Vietnam, Tombs of Delhi: Sultanate Period and Heritage of Haider Ali and Tipu Sultan: Art and Architecture.