21 Jul 2018 - 17:00 to 19:30
Kolkata , West Bengal
Have you heard about the famous Boipara near College Street?
22 Jul 2018 - 07:00 to 09:00
Gwalior , Madhya Pradesh
The ancient capital of Gwalior is steeped in the splendour of
22 Jul 2018 - 07:00 to 09:00
Orchha , Madhya Pradesh
Orchha, meaning ‘a hidden place’, is a town brimming with


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Sahapedia Heritage Walk- The Taste of Nashik - A Walk Exploring Temples and Food

With this walk, we shall kick-start the day with Nashik's spicy missal and sweet jalebis at the famous food joints of old Nashik. This will be followed by a tour of some of the several temples that Nashik is famous for.

Come, join us as we explore the rich culture of Nashik through places you have only heard of, from Kalaram to Naroshankar Mandir. We will also pay a visit to Nashik's famous Saraf Bazar and Kapda Bazar, where you can shop till you drop!

Sahapedia Heritage Walk- Food Stories and Beyond- Boipara Food Walk

Have you heard about the famous Boipara near College Street? This food walk will take you around the renowned Boipara.

If you are interested in the history of a particular place and its food, you are in the right place! We will take you beyond the external, general aspects of food joints, and will eventually make you think about the very word 'Food'.

Sahapedia Heritage Walk- Story of Raj, the Rebels and the Ridge

Walk with us to the North Delhi Ridge, where the Rebellion of 1857 was played out in a do-or-die battle that decided the fate of India. The Ridge was a major hideout used by the sepoys, and the different landmarks that mark the region are a testament to the historic mutiny of 1857. After the mutiny, the crown used the area to demonstrate its authority, as a result of which many military and civil settlements came up in the region. This period of turmoil shaped and reshaped the area, giving it a new meaning.

Sahapedia Heritage Walk - A Photo Walk through the Sculptural Facades of Rani Ki Vav

In Gujarat, the tradition of stepwells goes back to ancient times, where they were cut into the rock to perfection. Join us for a photo journey as we explore the carved facades of Rani Ki Vav: an enchanting site where women would go for their daily chores. The walk will relive the fascinating history of stepwells in Gujarat. A marvellous structure built by a widow for her husband, the stepwell stands testimony to the rich subterranean architecture of Gujarat. The photo walk will reveal the several stories hidden behind the niches of carved apsara sculptures.