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What we do

At ITIHAAS we connect the paradigms of heritage with education , heritage with tourism and heritage with management . For us, every student/adult and tourist is a stakeholder in preserving heritage, tangible and intangible. With ITIHAAS, the learners/visitors unearth how one people, physically separated from another, share a common cultural and social ethos, traditional wisdom and most importantly, have ones past so integrally influencing the other’s present.

  • Sensitive to diversity

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  • Critical thinkers

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  • Learn locally and act globally

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  • Break social barriers

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Main Programs

ITIHAAS regularly conducts feasibility studies, designs and conceptualizes Heritage walks around thematic areas and monuments, with a view to revitalize historic cities. We create interestingly diverse routes, develop content through historical research and anecdotal information collected through an elaborate process by interviewing local residents and community members.

  • ITIHAAS Learning Module
  • Summer Heritage Projects
  • ITIHAAS Curriculum
  • Anveshan
  • ITIHAAS Annual Summit
  • Teacher Training Programme
  • I-Heritage Youth Leadership Programme
  • UNESCO ITIHAAS Conclave

UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Anveshan

    Anveshan is the largest original music competition for school going children in the country.

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  • ORBIT TALES

    Working at the Observatory was a revealing experience for the students as they realized

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  • WORLD HERITAGE DAY

    ITIHAAS has been celebrating World Heritage Day in partnership with Archaeological Survey of India since 2011.

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LATEST NEWS

Once again ITIHAAS celebrated World Heritage Day in partnership with the Archaeological Survey of India. The event saw over 600 students from the age groups of 8 to 18 years, paint, draw and make voicing powerful slogans to save our heritage. Students from over 100 Private and government schools took part in the celebrations. Schools were judged on the basis of their creativity and technique. The day’s programme was extremely fruitful, and despite the heat, the atmosphere at the event was charged with the energy of the participants and volunteers who gave it their all to make the event truly memorable.

Winners of the Poster-Making Slogan-Writing Competition (Qutb Complex)

SCHOOL POSITION PARTICIPANTS
The Shri Ram School, Aravali, Gurugram WINNERS Eshaan Krishn Gulati Naisha Mohanty Arhant Jha Jasnoor Bhardwaj Taarush Grover
Delhi Public School, Sector 45, Gurugram RUNNERS UP Tanisha Shaw Aarushi Gupta Tanishi Mathur Lavanya Goyal
Rabea Girls’ Public School, Delhi RUNNERS UP Umaima Khan Bisma Nafees Hida Ismail Hiba Qureshi Uniba Khanam

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