Sahapedia is about to begin their second edition of the Indian Heritage Walk Festival in the month of February. With its varied lined up, it allows the travellers to explore the diversity and culture of our country, such as history, food, heritage and so on. The festival has extended its reached to over 35 cities and more than 100 events across India.
The programme will be curated thematically ranging for important historic monuments to markets to museums to women oriented narratives. There will be heritage walks, workshops across India covering the every aspects of Indian history and culture.
The focus of this programme is to encourage and increase various forms of engagement with interesting and important historic sites and also ensuring that these are made available to every audience type. These efforts are specially directed towards those group where engagement programme are commonly unavailable such as children differently abled persons but we also have curated walks and events for specific users like students, travellers, photographers and so on. The aim of the festival is to promote the need to make the heritage space more interesting and all together.
To know more about the festival Visit the – Indian Heritage Walk Festival.
The festival is led by Sahapedia in partnership with UNESCO and all of the festival’s bookings are powered by Odigos.