India Heritage Walk Fest: Explore Indian Heritage and Culture
How many times do you think of exploring the rich heritage and culture of India but are unable to do so?
This time give yourself a chance to explore the heritage and culture of our country through a walk.
What is the fest “India Heritage Walk Fest” all about?
A pan-India event named “India Heritage Walk Fest” has been organised by a joint venture of 2 private organisations throughout the month of February. It is going to cover 20 cities and towns across India. Through this fest, you will be able to see the heritage and culture of India as this festival promises to bring you closer to your beloved cities. This fest encourages the varied audience and makes it accessible to them to explore the tangible and intangible cultural legacies of their cities and towns.
How will the fest help in cultural awareness?
The aim of this fest is to reconnect the present generations with the aesthetic experiences of historic sites and cultural legacy of India. This heritage tourism initiative is theme-based. It is organised for getting the whole-hearted participation and involvement of local communities and citizens which could lead to preservation and promote the agenda of heritage development.
The themes of these walk will range from architectural heritage to gender-related issues which are also designed to regale the specific groups of students, travellers, corporate teams, and children. The “India Heritage Walk Fest” will feature the walks to historical monuments and shrines, well-known landscapes, places known for art and culture, cuisine and, flourishing trade. The Walk festival will also include Baithaks, Instameets and Film screenings showcasing films that examine the myriad social and cultural traditions of the subcontinent.
From North India, we have cities like Agra, Amritsar, Delhi, Srinagar, and Varanasi.
In South India, we have cities including Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, and Kochi.
From East, we have Itanagar and Kolkata
from West, we have Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Pune, Baroda, Bikaner, Patan, Jaipur, Jodhpur and Udaipur
As Indians, we need to preserve our culture. These type of small events organised by the government and private agencies makes us realize that we have a large culture diversity and legacy and we need to safeguard it.
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