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Make Heritage Fun is a citizen led umbrella of initiatives that make heritage more engaging. Started in January 2012 as a travel challenge with the goal of visiting all world heritage sites in India, Make Heritage Fun now has grown to a multitude of initiatives.

Red Fort: A delayed but deserved addition

If monuments could talk, then Delhi’s Red Fort would have been grumpy and sullen ...

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Make Heritage Fun – December

On Sunday, December 20th 2015, GoUNESCO, a UNESCO New Delhi supported series of initiatives ...

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Rakhigarhi: Discovering India’s Largest Harappan Site

The Indus Valley Civilization remains one of the most enigmatic events in human history. ...

Oktoberfest in Germany – LaGer than Life

Traditionally, beer for Oktoberfest was brewed from the beginning of March for it to ...

The Revival of Japan’s Dying Cultural Heritage

Japan has a broad range of cultural heritage that have been preserved and handed ...

Ladakhi outfit - chunky jewelry and patchwork hats add to the beauty of the outfit

Ladakh: The land of hidden fervor, frolic and festivity

Ladakh’s festivals and dances: a commentary on its cultural heritage and why we need ...

Make Heritage Fun! September 2015

Background The first ‘Make Heritage Fun!’ event in June 2015 was a test of ...