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Heritage Foundation is important as it provides immense knowledge.....

In today’s interconnected world, culture’s power to transform societies is clear. Its diverse manifestations – from our cherished historic monuments and museums to traditional practices and contemporary art forms – enrich our everyday lives in countless ways. Heritage constitutes a source of identity and cohesion for communities disrupted by bewildering change and economic instability. Creativity contributes to building open, inclusive and pluralistic societies. Both heritage and creativity lay the foundations for vibrant, innovative and prosperous knowledge societies.

Heritage Foundation with UNESCO is convinced that no development can be sustainable without a strong culture component. Indeed only a human-centred approach to development based on mutual respect and open dialogue among cultures can lead to lasting, inclusive and equitable results. Yet until recently, culture has been missing from the development equation.

To ensure that culture takes it rightful place in development strategies and processes, UNESCO has adopted a three-pronged approach: it spearheads worldwide advocacy for culture and development, while engaging with the international community to set clear policies and legal frameworks and working on the ground to support governments and local stakeholders to safeguard heritage, strengthen creative industries and encourage cultural pluralism.

Heritage Foundation with UNESCO renowned cultural conventions provide a unique global platform for international cooperation and establish a holistic cultural governance system based on human rights and shared values. These international treaties endeavour to protect and safeguard the world’s cultural and natural heritage including ancient archaeological sites, intangible and underwater heritage, museum collections, oral traditions and other forms of heritage, and to support creativity, innovation and the emergence of dynamic cultural sectors.

Heritage Foundation is important as it provides immense knowledge.....

In today’s interconnected world, culture’s power to transform societies is clear. Its diverse manifestations – from our cherished historic monuments and museums to traditional practices and contemporary art forms – enrich our everyday lives in countless ways. Heritage constitutes a source of identity and cohesion for communities disrupted by bewildering change and economic instability. Creativity contributes to building open, inclusive and pluralistic societies. Both heritage and creativity lay the foundations for vibrant, innovative and prosperous knowledge societies.

Heritage Foundation with UNESCO is convinced that no development can be sustainable without a strong culture component. Indeed only a human-centred approach to development based on mutual respect and open dialogue among cultures can lead to lasting, inclusive and equitable results. Yet until recently, culture has been missing from the development equation.

To ensure that culture takes it rightful place in development strategies and processes, UNESCO has adopted a three-pronged approach: it spearheads worldwide advocacy for culture and development, while engaging with the international community to set clear policies and legal frameworks and working on the ground to support governments and local stakeholders to safeguard heritage, strengthen creative industries and encourage cultural pluralism.

Heritage Foundation with UNESCO renowned cultural conventions provide a unique global platform for international cooperation and establish a holistic cultural governance system based on human rights and shared values. These international treaties endeavour to protect and safeguard the world’s cultural and natural heritage including ancient archaeological sites, intangible and underwater heritage, museum collections, oral traditions and other forms of heritage, and to support creativity, innovation and the emergence of dynamic cultural sectors.

Heritage Expert Committee

Fellow (Royal Asiatic Society, London)

Deputy Superintending Archaeologist (Rd), Archaeological Survey of India, Hyderabad Circle 

Museum Expert, Maharashtra 

M.S. (Criminal Justice), Australia

Director-Secretary, Gandhi Memorial Museum Barrackpore Kolkata, West Bengal

Mrs. Sukhda Joshi

Chief Administrator, India Lost and Found, Oman

Mr. Alkesh Zaveri

Heritage Scholar, Elizabeth, USA

Head, Dept. Of History, Venkatesh Mahajan College Osmanabad, Maharashtra

Head, Dept. Of History, SSM College, Nalegaon Dist. Latur, Maharashtra 

Associate Professor, DSCA Bengaluru, Karnataka. 

Research Scholar, Central Asian Museum, University of Kashmir, Srinagar 

Dr. Bhavana Patole,

Head Dept. Of History, Elphinstone College, Mumbai & Chairperson – Ad Hoc Board of Studies in History Dr. Homi Bhabha State University, Mumbai, Maharashtra 

Adv. Aparna Patil

Nashik, Maharashtra 

Historian & Museum Expert, Bhopal, M.P

Coordinator, Department of Archaeology, Aurangabad Division, Govt. Of Maharashtra. 

Heritage Expert Committee

Fellow (Royal Asiatic Society, London)

Deputy Superintending Archaeologist (Rd), Archaeological Survey of India, Hyderabad Circle 

Museum Expert, Maharashtra 

M.S. (Criminal Justice), Australia

Director-Secretary, Gandhi Memorial Museum Barrackpore Kolkata, West Bengal

Mrs. Sukhda Joshi

Chief Administrator, India Lost and Found, Oman

Mr. Alkesh Zaveri

Heritage Scholar, Elizabeth, USA

Head, Dept. Of History, Venkatesh Mahajan College Osmanabad, Maharashtra

Head, Dept. Of History, SSM College, Nalegaon Dist. Latur, Maharashtra 

Associate Professor, DSCA Bengaluru, Karnataka. 

Research Scholar, Central Asian Museum, University of Kashmir, Srinagar 

Dr. Bhavana Patole,

Head Dept. Of History, Elphinstone College, Mumbai & Chairperson – Ad Hoc Board of Studies in History Dr. Homi Bhabha State University, Mumbai, Maharashtra 

Adv. Aparna Patil

Nashik, Maharashtra 

Historian & Museum Expert, Bhopal, M.P

Coordinator, Department of Archaeology, Aurangabad Division, Govt. Of Maharashtra. 

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