India is Celebrating the World Heritage Week

Patan: A view of "Rani ki Vav" on World Heritage Week at Patan, Gujarat on Thursday. PTI Photo (PTI11_19_2015_000351A)
Patan: A view of “Rani ki Vav” on World Heritage Week at Patan, Gujarat on Thursday.

From 19th to 25th November, the world will adore and spread words of awareness about the magnificent heritage structures around us on the World Heritage Week. Active bodies like Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage and Archaeological Survey of India have planned various awareness camps in schools, educational institutions, and colleges to spread a word about the importance and significance of these beautiful structures. In different cities of India, people are trying to go through digital means this time and use photographs, videos and other Audio-Visual methods for promoting culture and heritage.

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