InterGlobe Foundation Launches Heritage Fellowships 2023 to Promote India’s Diverse Heritage

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INDIA: InterGlobe Foundation, the philanthropic arm of InterGlobe Enterprises, has announced the launch of InterGlobe Heritage Fellowships 2023. The fellowships aim to encourage documentation and research of India’s built, natural, and cultural heritage. The Foundation seeks to amplify local voices and throw light on current conditions to better understand heritage-driven development.

The fellowships will be awarded to two photographers and are open to both emerging talent and established professionals. The selected fellows will get the opportunity to offer fresh perspectives on tangible and intangible heritage by documenting various aspects such as communities, local practices and rituals, built structures, traditions, and festivals through the medium of photo essays.

Rohini Bhatia, Chairperson, InterGlobe Foundation, said, “At InterGlobe Foundation, we recognize the importance of embracing the responsibility to preserve and promote India’s heritage and culture. The fellowship initiative we launched last year was a great success, garnering significant interest from a number of individuals. We are very delighted to launch the fellowship program again this year, which aims to celebrate India’s diverse cultural ecosystem.”

The last date to apply for this year’s fellowship is September 15, 2023. InterGlobe Foundation launched the Heritage Fellowships in 2022 and gave researchers, journalists, architects, and other individuals an opportunity to explore previously undocumented aspects of Indian heritage and culture and help increase awareness of its lesser-known aspects.

InterGlobe Foundation is committed to building a society that is just, equitable, inclusive, and utilizes resources in a sustainable manner. It nurtures partnerships and supports initiatives that bring together resources and expertise in the areas of Culture and Heritage Preservation, Environment Protection and Conservation, and Livelihood Promotion.

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