India Heritage Walk Festival will include 7 walks celebrating Mumbai's urban history
Seven walks celebrating Mumbai's urban history and culture will be part of the debut edition of India Heritage Walk Festival 2018
Port Trust Memorial at Ballard Estate
Mumbai's fleeting winter is the ideal time for its citizens to soak in the pleasant weather. Naturally, events centred on culture, heritage and the arts are held in the outdoors, adding a unique layer to their must-do itinerary.
Joining this is the newest entrant - India Heritage Walk Festival 2018 by Sahapedia. The Delhi-based encyclopaedia of arts and culture had kick-started this unique initiative last year, and has plans to take this idea across India's metros. The Mumbai chapter includes seven walks (all free) spread across three weekends.
A colourful frame from Bandra's urban landscape
There's something for everyone, and enthusiasts can pick from discovering the bylanes of Bandra to the history of the city's single-screen cinemas. Other walks will take participants through the unique neo-classical architecture in Dadar, the business district of Ballard estate, Mahakali Caves and Mumbai's familiar Irani cafes.
Take your pick
>> Bylanes of Bandra by Achyut Bihani
On: February 4
>> Neo-classical architecture at Dadar by Vimala MV ON February 10
>> exploring Mahakali Caves by Sneha Nagarkar
On: February 11
>> The Talkies Walk by Neethu Mathew ON February 11
>> Oval Maidan heritage walk
On: February 16
>> Bombay meets the world at Ballard estate
On: February 17
>> Fort's Irani cafe walk by Kalyan Karmarkar ON February 17
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org to register
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