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  • Monday, June, 2024| Today's Market | Current Time: 05:34:00
  •    The Indian Knowledge System Cell at Royal Global University, in collaboration with INTACH (the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage) and the Departments of History, Fine Arts, Architecture, and Travel and Tourism, organised a captivating three-day exhibition on culture and heritage, followed by an enriching lecture session. The exhibition was inaugurated by Prof. (Dr.) Ankur Ganguly, Dean (Academic), Dr. Sheila Bora, Professor and Advisor, Royal School of Humanities and Social Sciences inaugurated the three-day exhibition.

    The exhibition features a diverse array of exhibits that meticulously showcase the historical and cultural tapestry of our society. Each department brings a unique perspective: The Department of History highlights historical artifacts and narratives, the Department of Fine Arts showcases traditional and contemporary art forms, the Department Architecture presents architectural marvels and designs, and the Department of Travel and Tourism illustrates the importance of heritage tourism. Together, these exhibits offer a comprehensive and enlightening exploration of our cultural heritage.

    The event was further enriched by an enlightening welcome lecture on the importance of INTACH in Indian Knowledge Systems, delivered by Prof. (Dr.) Shiela Bora. The highlight of the session was an inspiring lecture by Ms. Vandana Manchanda, Director of the Architectural Heritage Division and Head of the Heritage Crafts and Community Division at INTACH. Her presentation on “Craft Revival and Its Socio-Economic Impact on Communities” delved into the transformative power of reviving traditional crafts, underscoring their implications for socio-economic development and cultural identity.

    The lecture was followed by an interactive session with Ms. Manchanda. The event concluded with a heartfelt vote of thanks by Prof. (Dr.) Ankur Ganguly, who expressed gratitude for everyone’s contribution, highlighting the collaborative spirit and success of the event.


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