The Giza Pyramids dates back to the 4th Dynasty in Ancient Egypt, while Abdeen Palace dates back to Muhammad Ali Dynasty in Modern Egypt. Both sites represent different types of impressive architecture. The aim from both events is to involve young Rotaract leaders in cultural heritage events and GoUnesco initiatives.
The Qutb Minar Complex is this fascinating place which I choose to visit one fine Sunday evening, as part of the #makeheritagefun campaign.
The Make heritage fun event at Fatimid Cairo was organized to learn how our city was founded during the Fatimid period (969-1169)AD and how it changed over time. We focused on the El-Moez Street the most important street at old Cairo, which is now one of the biggest open heritage street-museum. The event was a street […]
I was lured by the stories of ancient Nalanda and after visiting it indeed left a lasting impact on my soul – My Nalanda dream voyage was complete.
For my heritage event, I asked for skiers, snowboarders, and tubers to come out to my local Ski Event, or hang out with me via social media at the other local Iowa Ski Areas.
One important thing was that fact that no one person who attended the course has any experience in making conservation containers, then the challenge was very interesting – to involve non experts people in an activity reserve for professionals in conservation and restoration of antiques.
The #makeheritagefun event in Delhi was organised on 18th December at the Qutb Minar. Introductions, handshakes, talks, yes they all happened. We all connected over heritage and so the connections made that day were valuable.
Joypur in Bankura district has its own glorious historical background and heritage. The famous Malla dynasty is stated to have been founded here in the late seventh century AD. Remains of the mighty kingdom can be found at large in the form of elegant laterite stone and terracotta temples, sculptures and idols. It is just […]
“Main Ganesh Bagh hoon” / “I am Ganesh Bagh” – Situated in the district Chitrakoot of Uttar Pradesh, 3kms away from the place called Karwi. I am surrounded by the mountains of Vindhyachal with huge trees which draws nature lovers and tourists from afar.
On a Sunday evening my friends and I went on a heritage walk through the streets of Malleshwaram to explore the two famous historical temples Nandishwara Tirtha, period unknown and the 17th century Kadumalleshwara temple.