Heritage is experienced outside the classroom.

This initiative is to bring students and professionals closer to heritage as an effort to develop awareness and a sense of attachment towards their local heritage.

Various learning methods are used to bring an experience tailored to the needs of the participants. Heritage belongs to all and that is reflected in the YOLO program. We encourage students from all institutions, ages, languages, and backgrounds to be a part of these programs.

To assure the best experience designs, we prefer to execute the YOLO program in collaboration with the institution you are associated with. This helps us keep a check on your needs. We create customized programs according to your locality, syllabus, age group, special needs and other requirements.

If you are associated with any institutions and would like to participate in this movement, please send an email immediately mentioning the name of your institute and your city at [email protected]

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The first Weekend of May was spent at the Junior Yatra Workshop – the Young Historians Camp for kids! And what an inquisitive, creative lot we had! Over two days, they created their versions of rock art, designed some amazing coins, turned archaeologists for the day to dig some pits and found artifacts and even created a model for a city! The Young Historians Workshop was conducted by Heritage India and Art2day. This was the first of its kind workshop in Pune!
Our aim was to engage youngsters with India’s rich heritage, to get in touch with their roots. We covered topics such as Archaeology, Barter system, Numismatics, River Valley Civilisations and Rock Cut Caves. Each session was a combination of short films, games, activities and a short presentation, to involve and engage each child in the topic to initiate a holistic understanding of the beautiful possibilities our future may hold.
The Junior Yatra project strives to create a sense of pride and belonging amongst the young generation and help them connect to their roots. Many more Kid’s events will be rolled out soon!