India Heritage Walk Festival (IHWF-2019) organized by Sahapedia in partnership with UNESCO
The 2nd edition of India Heritage Walk Festival (IHWF-2019) is a one-of-its-kind month-long festival covering 37 cities has started from February 2. It is organized by Sahapedia in partnership with UNESCO. The fest is also supported by the National Mineral Development Corporation (NMDC). This festival offers the opportunity to discover the hidden gems linked to history. The primary objective of the festival is to widen access to various aspects of India’s tangible and intangible heritage. Through 87 heritage walks and over 100 outreach events, the event will explore the cultural fabric of India, focusing on museums, historically significant monuments and markets, natural landscapes, areas known for rich cuisine, and locations that are rooted in women-oriented narratives. For this edition, Sahapedia has collaborated with about 40 local-level partners to conduct its pan-India heritage walk festival. They include the Kerala History Museum, The Kochi Heritage Project, INTACH Srinagar Chapter, Art Deco Mumbai, Maharana of Mewar Charitable Foundation and Oxford Bookstore.
Tourism and Culture Ministry inaugurates online exhibition on Ramayana
The Union Minister of Tourism and Culture Shri Prahlad Singh Patel recently inaugurated the first on...
Little Guru: World’s First Gamified Sanskrit Learning Application
The Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) tied up with the Gamapp Sportswizz Tech Private Lim...
North African Couscous in UNESCO Cultural Heritage List
The Couscous, the Berber dish was recently added to the Intangible Cultural Heritage List. Despite t...
Singapore’s Hawker culture gets UNESCO recognition
The UNESCO (United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization) has recently recognized ...
What is Life in Miniature Project?
Life in Miniature Project is a combination between the Ministry of Culture, National Museum, New Del...
|View All E-Books: Recent Release|