BAIKUNTH (THE HERITAGE BUILDING) AND GANDHI SMRITI
Remembrance and Commemoration – Lecture and Walk by Robinson
Delhi has been known as a city of monuments and yet what most people miss out on, are its unique roads, lanes, gardens and memorial buildings, which have a history of their own. This particular walk and talk will explore the Hungarian Centre’s building (Baikunth), its rich legacy, some of the lanes around it, and will end with a visit to the Gandhi Smriti (Tees January Marg), leading to a moment of silence in these chaotic times. Come and be part of this experience with an open mind!
Robinson, an alumnus of St. Stephen’s College, Delhi is a Theologian, Meditation Practitioner, Poet, Art Curator and Critic, Heritage Walks Curator primarily based in Delhi. He describes himself as a traveler in life, who intends to journey well. He has been documenting the known and unknown of the city, and of its varied layers for over twenty years.
For registration, please send your names, contact number and email Id latest by 15th March 2017 to firstname.lastname@example.org. The walk is free of charge but you need to register. Do spread the word among heritage enthusiasts.
REGISTRATION ON FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS. LIMITED SEATS (50 ppx).
First 50 will get a follow up email to confirm their registration.
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