Interesting, So Chandigarh seems to be going it alone instead of throwing in its hat with the rest of the le Corbusier nomination.
I was always under the impression that it would just tack itself on to the other le Corbusier site as an extension when it finally got itself ready. But now they are looking at adding the works of other architects to a separate nomination.
I guess if any of the sites could go it alone Chandigarh would be the only one that could really swing it, but I would have thought the appeal of both proposals would have lay in its international spread. But hey ho, there are plenty of 15th century monastic movements that have multiple entries, why shouldn't the 20th century's most influential architect.
I wonder if they would then think of adding Nek Chand's garden
to the Chandigarh nomination, would be great to see it included, but I doubt it would.