Sahapedia Walks: Exploring the Historic Mehrauli village – ‘The First Delhi
Sahapedia Walks - Walking through the lanes of old Agra
Where time has ceased to be
Walking through the lanes of old Agra
Sahapedia Walks - Among the Dead: History Through Cemeteries
The Taj was indeed built by a Muslim emperor, but Shah Jehan was son of Jagat Gosain, Rathore princess of Marwar.
The group of temples, dating to a time period between the 8th and the 11th centuries, are located in the ancient trade route connecting Titlagarh and the erstwhile Madhya Bharat.
The filmmaker wants the younger generation to form their own views about the visionary who was known as the 'Gandhi of architecture'.
The demands include action against selling Kamasutra books and figurines inside temple premises, especially at the tourist canteen.
Sahapedia Walk: Walk in Kashi
Varanasi, 18th June 2017
Walk Leader: Karan Singh Sachan
This trail takes you to the ghats through the meandering narrow alleys, old ruined splendorous palaces, myriad temples, busy markets and havelis (mansions), scenic views from beautiful balconies and so many other architectural marvels, from short rendezvous with localities to the emotions evoked during the last rites of loved ones at the ‘Maha-shmashana’ or the ‘Great Cremation Ground’.
Sahapedia Walk to Havelis of Dharampura in Shahjahanabad
Delhi, 11th June 2017
Walk Leader: Riya Sarkar
Free guided tour organised by Sahapedia
Please check the poster for more details
The Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage, in a collaborative effort with Google, has digitised all the seven baolis surrounding the city.