These hour-long walks are being curated by Mumbai-based Khaki Tours in collaboration with the Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC) and are conducted over the weekends on Saturdays and Sundays.
Debate around IIM-A dorms' demolition underscores irony of emphasising heritage while ignoring history
If the dormitory blocks at IIM-A are conserved, that would be beautiful. But when will we restore the professional understanding of our roles and responsibilities as architects in shaping the professional and public realm – its intellectual, political, and aesthetic (philosophical) dimensions and discourses?
How assisting Chirodeep Chaudhuri for a project on the city's public clocks evolved into a meditation on time, and memory | Surysarathi Bhattacharya writes
Budget 2020: Govt must give priority to agriculture, empower farm sector to revive economy; don't hand out doles and sops
In Budget 2020, it is fervently hoped that the government will focus on genuinely empowering the farm sector.
Byculla is the oldest railway station in India; in 1853, when the first train rolled out from Mumbai's Bori Bunder to Thane, it served as the commencing point.
Foy Nissen was an avid photographer who documented Bombay, its people and its spirit through his photographs, recently displayed at the JNAF Gallery in Mumbai.
A human mummy was found inside, along with more than 50 mummified mice in the tomb in Egypt.
If quick action isn't taken to preserve these historic treasures, it may decay in two decades.
An example of neo-Classical architecture, the Knesset Eliyahoo Synagogue is home to beautiful stained glass panels and cast-brass lighting. Non-Jews will now be allowed to not just witness prayers here but also participate in them
The Flora Fountain in South Mumbai, which was shut down soon after it was unveiled due to water leakages, will reopen soon, a BMC official said
Rosogolla Dibas is a timely reminder to all of us to not take our heritage for granted. Envious neighbours are always coveting a piece of the chhena pie
The National Green Tribunal on Monday ordered status quo on tree felling in South Delhi colonies and directed that no trees would be cut till 19 July.
As Kolkata's Gurusaday Museum struggles to survive, there's renewed interest in its treasure trove of folk art
The Gurusaday Museum — which opened in 1963 and is housed in a sprawling building in Joka on the fringes of the city amidst a mango orchard now heavy with fruit — is facing its darkest hour
Red Fort 'adopted' by Dalmia group: Corporate role in restoring heritage monuments needs greater scrutiny
The idea of outsourcing the maintenance of heritage monuments to private companies is not new, but it has to be executed with greater sophistication.
The Dutta family has been looking after the clock towers of Kolkata ever since the British Raj | #FirstCulture
Curated by Madhavan Pillai, Sarmaya's first exhibition takes us on a journey across the Indian subcontinent through a selection of grandiose landscapes and majestic portraits | #FirstCulturePhotos
Now that Ahmedabad has been declared a World Heritage City by UNESCO, historians, urban planners and others hope that policy-makers will stop looking at heritage as a "burden".
Tamil Nadu milk adulteration row: Dairy minister's unsubstantiated claims give voice to counter-allegations of corruption
Rajendra Balaji, Tamil Nadu's dairy minister, is facing flak for what appear to be unsubstantiated claims about milk adulteration in the state.
Tamil Nadu milk adulteration allegations: Veritable health crisis or is the dairy minister milking the controversy?
With panic mounting amongst people of Tamil Nadu over the milk adulteration allegations, Firstpost decided to conduct random sampling of private milk.
the Archaeological Survey of India would rather have you experience the Taj Mahal along with a thousand others in dusty-hot Agra where temperatures touch 40 degrees in summer