On the 25th March, the Italian city of Gorizia followed the example of several other places worldwide by deciding to join the “Make Heritage Fun!” initiative. This first event of the year regarded the local Jewish culture: an unexplored heritage which is often unknown to the same people who live in the city. The event […]
On the 17th December, the GOUNESCO Gorizia staff for the first time in its entirety held the “Make Heritage Fun!” event at a wonderful setting: the Corinini Cronberg Palace, which is an ancient dwelling that has existed since the XVI century! One of the goals of the event was to focus attention on the heritage, […]
Cultural Heritage is a symbol of nature conservation and preservation. The botanical gardens in our country can help researchers understand how techniques like Bonsai are linked to heritage. The LalBagh Botanical Garden in Namma Benguluru is a living garden well preserved from the era of Tippu Sultan, the ruler of Mysore.He was fond of red […]
Golkonda or Golconda literally translates into “Round Shaped Hill” is citadel and fort, located in the western part of Hyderabad city, Telangana State. It was originally a mud fort under Kakatiya dynasty.
Jhansi is the city known for its brave queen Rani Laxmi Bai. Rani Laxmi Bai was a queen of great honor, and she was an idol to every woman in the country. She fought for her country bravely and died fighting, standing up for her people and her family. We held a #makeheritagefun event on the […]
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.
“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.
Snehil visited four of the many heritage sites in old Pune. Below is an excerpt from the heritage walk. 1. TAMBAT ALI Copper artisans in a tiny little alleyway (Tambat Ali) tucked away in Pune’s by lanes, produce works of art that transcend borders and embody how art can be a unifying […]
INTRODUCTION On 27th March 2017, Heritage Walk Calcutta, in collaboration with Made in Bengal and Archaeologists Engage, hosted the year’s first GoUNESCO Make Heritage Fun event in Kolkata, India. Make Heritage Fun is a global initiative by GoUNESCO, aimed at celebrating local culture—simultaneously, across the world. This campaign provides a platform for heritage and culture enthusiasts […]