Shantanu Tilak Shantanu Tilak

Editorial Coordinator at GoUNESCO. A Literary and Cultural Studies student at FLAME University. Avid reader as well as a vehement traveler. I love food, I love spiritual art, and I also draw a lot on canvas and digitally. I've designed a bunch of t-shirt prints for nineteen51, and I've worked with Vogue and GQ on several special projects. I've also done a lot of field research in the contemporary Indian context as a part of college, so primary and secondary research are involuntary to me, like breathing. Read my other contributions on www.goheritagerun.com.

Going Bananas: A three-tiered meal with a Jamaican touch

An instant energy booster, banana is a fruit that is commonly available across the globe. It ...

Port of Theodosius: A forgotten chapter in the history of shipbuilding

The sea contains innumerable, undiscovered living species. They also house material evidence that dates ...

Pavlopetri: The Oldest Submerged City

The architectural prowess of the Greeks is proven by the durability and elaborate nature ...

The Shiitake Mushroom- A History in Magic and Folklore

 In Chinese culture, the shiitake mushroom, known for its aphrodisiacal qualities, is a symbol ...

Let’s drop some Porgy: Rome’s hallucinogenic sea-critter

Terrence Mckenna, the psychonaut who widely advertised the use of magic mushrooms, proved their ...

A Photo Essay: Tracing the Spirit of Yoga

A form that originated purely for spiritual and bodily fitness purposes, has now evolved into ...

War Heritage: Modernist Art and the Nazi Movement

Hitler really hated Modernism, and tried to destroy the artistic output of this intellectual ...

30 years as World Heritage Site: The Giant’s Causeway

Geological structures can be gargantuan, and the Giant’s Causeway in Ireland is pretty much ...

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