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Heritage Promoters “Knowledge Walk”

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Heritage Promoters “Knowledge Walk” 2017-09-24T07:18:52+00:00

Heritage Promoters “Knowledge Walk”

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Background

Heritage is our legacy from the past, what we live with today, and what we pass on to future generations. Culture is a system of behaviors, nature of interpersonal relationship, customs, manners, mores and values developed over the millennia of history and shared by people speaking different languages, following different faiths, observing a host of fairs, festivals and rituals and preserving specific cultural clues and cues. These sites need protection and preservation from cultural or natural perspective for contributing to humanity for which they are identified as World Heritage Site. According to United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), ‘World Heritage Site is a place (forest, mountain, lake, desert, monument, building, complex or even a city) that is listed by the UNESCO as of special cultural or physical significance.’

 About Heritage Promoters “Knowledge Walk”

This program aims to explore, document and disseminate the knowledge about UNESCO World Heritage sites of Nepal as educational based exploration program for individuals and youth. The program aims to broaden the philosophy and knowledge on heritage sites along is platform to develop network. This is also a part of series where knowledge gets exchanged with practical skills.

This program is about, Inspiration, knowledge and Recreation with visual documentation of prospective. Where, knowledge will be acquired from the experts and local communities that will be shared to the local conservation organization, teachers, students and government authorities.

Later one interactive documentary will be produced along with pictorial stories with participant’s insights. The knowledge acquired will be developed as a manual book along with documentary which will be further promoted in schools, colleges and among tourists sharing the knowledge and inspiring concerned authorities in considering local and traditional knowledge in development activities