Hi, I am a Heritage Activist turned Digital Marketing Consultant, who is trying to redefine the way we look at our past. Walking on the path of Individual Social Responsibility (ISR), I try to develop avenues, that can encourage informed community participation in cultural evolution.
Youth for Heritage Foundation
Registered officially in 2014, YfHF is the NGO dedicated to promote heritage and spread awareness about our glorious past. We conduct workshops and events across India.Website: www.youthforheritage.org
Monuments of Delhi
Started in 2009, this project was my payback to society. Work is still going on and I am trying to put every piece of information about Delhi's Heritage on this site.Website: www.monumentsofdelhi.com
The Heritage Photography Club
THPC is the community involvement program, where we encourage members to promote heritage through photography. Our Facebook group has become largest repository of India's monumental pics.FB Group: facebook.com » dhpclub
I realized that we hate history because our textbooks made it so boring. The only solution was to fix the problem for next generation. I teach history to school and college students through poetry, theater, photography and all other forms of art. History is not something that we should hate. Rather we should learn from our past and be the part of evolution. If, and only if, we understand the process of evolution properly, we will be able to design our future better. I have conducted workshops across India for thousands of students and reponse has been tremendous.
My talks reveal the science hidden in mythology and the ancient lifestyle embodied in superstition. We are interested in logics and not vanilla stories. Therefore my heritage walks and lectures hold their own importance in our lives. Idea is to spread awareness about Heritage and take lessons from past. As we say, 'History repeats itself', it is important to understand history to predict future. Kings and Queens teach us a lot about team management, financial management and running a country like India. When talking to corporate employees, I try to convey the good and bad decisions taken by kings and their impact on society. When talking to general audience, I descibe the evolution of language, food, clothing, architecture, lifestyle and traditions.