In Pictures: The Make Heritage Fun! day

#MakeHeritageFun is a distributed social media campaign coordinated on a single day acroos the world. Join this global movement and organize an event in your city. This year on September 24th, over 30 coordinators and interns from around the world, organized Make Heritage Fun! day. Read more about it here. We will be sharing a consolidated report soon!

We bring to you the event on Sunday, September 24th, 2017, in pictures.

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    1. The #makeheritagefun activity in Mumbai

The #makeheritagefun activity in Mumbai, being coordinated by Namrata Ganneri and Ramachandran Venkatesh, is a heritage walk called "From Elphinston Circle to Horniman Circle" and is based on the walk suggested by Sharada Dwivedi's book Fort Walks. RJ Ambari Patwardhan of 100.1 radio channel covering the #makeheritagefun Mumbai activity live.
The #makeheritagefun activity in Mumbai, being coordinated by Namrata Ganneri and Ramachandran Venkatesh, is a heritage walk called "From Elphinston Circle to Horniman Circle" and is based on the walk suggested by Sharada Dwivedi's book Fort Walks. RJ Ambari Patwardhan of 100.1 radio channel covering the #makeheritagefun Mumbai activity live.
The #makeheritagefun activity in Mumbai, being coordinated by Namrata Ganneri and Ramachandran Venkatesh, is a heritage walk called "From Elphinston Circle to Horniman Circle" and is based on the walk suggested by Sharada Dwivedi's book Fort Walks.

    2. We were on Radio

RJ Ambari Patwardhan of 100.1 radio channel covering the #makeheritagefun Mumbai activity live.
The #makeheritagefun activity in Mumbai, being coordinated by Namrata Ganneri and Ramachandran Venkatesh, is a heritage walk called "From Elphinston Circle to Horniman Circle" and is based on the walk suggested by Sharada Dwivedi's book Fort Walks.

    3. #makeheritagefun activity in Bangalore

#makeheritagefun in Bangalore at Venkatappa Art Gallery - a museum walk and sculputre sketching. It was organized by GoUNESCO intern, Rachana Patil

    4. Make Heritage Fun! activity in IIT Delhi

Artist Gopal Namjoshi organized an arts workshop for students of IIT Delhi. The outcome - an impeccable art installation #makeheritagefun

    5. Make Heritage Fun! in Matharbari, Assam

Legends are oral stories are abound regarding Matharbari site.Though there is no written account of the site, it is said that King Arimatta brought stones from Kandali Hills of Nagaon to get stone carvings done.The exquisite stone carvings represents artistic excellence of 11th century Assam.

    6. MHF in Guwahati

#makeheritagefun at Visnu Janardan Archaeological Site, Sukreswar Devaloy in Guwahati, Assam The coordinator of the make heritage fun event was Department of Archaeology, Cotton University
Photo by - Jyotishmita Saikia Hazarika

    7. MHF in Chennai

#makeheritagefun at West Mambalam walk in Chennai Coordinator: Sahapedia

    8. MHF in KR Market, Bangalore

Indian Heritage Cities Network Foundation- IHCNF Bangalore office celebrated #makeheritagefun at KR Market, Bangalore

    9. MHF in KR Market, Bangalore

    10. Make Heritage Fun! in Chandni Chowk, Delhi

Our intern Medha Dhall #makeheritagefun coordinated a food walk in Old Delhi

    11. Make Heritage Fun! Day in Mysore

Indian Heritage Cities Network Foundation- IHCNF Mysore office celebrated #makeheritagefun by visiting monuments and heritage buildings

    12. Make Heritage Fun! day in Badami

Indian Heritage Cities Network Foundation- IHCNF Badami office took a trip to the UNESCO WHS of Pattadakal, today. Here is a glimpse into the vernacular built heritage they explored as a part of the #makeheritagefun campaign

    13. Make Heritage Fun! day in Indore

#makeheritagefun in Indore, India at Krishna Pura Chhatri - architectural heritage - cenotaphs from the late 1800s. The coordinator of the event is Vira Joshi

    14. Make Heritage Fun! in Nizammudin Delhi

#makeheritagefun in old Delhi - a heritage walk titled Silsila-e-Nizammudin was coordinated by our intern Alishah Ali and Chakor Lakeerein

    15. The Qawwali troupe at Nizamuddin, Delhi

    16. Make Heritage Fun! in Egypt

Our coordinator, Mohamed Badry, #makeheritagefun event in Cairo at  Center for Documentation of Cultural and Natural Heritage. Look at some more photographs here: http://bit.ly/2y7EvXN

    17. Make Heritage Fun! day in Gujarat

#makeheritagefun day was organized by H2Oasis to the Magen Abraham Synagogue, the only one in Gujarat!
on 24th Sept, 2017.

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    GoUNESCO is a UNESCO supported umbrella of initiatives that make heritage fun! Currently these include global travel challenges, a student program, Go Heritage Runs and 'Make Heritage Fun!' events.

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