Royal Enfield with UNESCO will celebrate cultural heritage of Himalayas
Royal Enfield and UNESCO will come together to celebrate the cultural heritage exhibition called ‘Journeying Across the Himalayas’. The exhibition will begin on August 22 and will go on till August 25 at the Bikaner House. A senior official of UNESCO stated the partnership will celebrate and promote the intangible cultural heritage of India which starts with the Himalayas.
According to a PTI report a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed between the Royal Enfield and UNESCO. “The exhibition that will be inaugurated on Monday signifies this partnership," stated the official from the organisation. In addition to the exhibition, multiple events have also been lined up from August 23 to August 25 that include the Himalayas and the cultures attached to them. Many panel discussions will also take place at the exhibition which will include topics such as sustainable tourism, riders and their explorations and travelling the Himalayas through taste.
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Officials shared discussions on books, writing and photography on the subject of the Himalayas and its intangible cultural heritage will also find space in this joint exhibition conducted by the Royal Enfield and UNESCO.
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