Sahapedia (sahapedia.org), an online encyclopaedia of Indian arts and culture, has teamed up with UNESCO to host the second edition of 'India Heritage Walk Festival' (IHWF), a month-long, multi-city event, introducing people to the tangible and intangible culture and heritage of their cities, and celebrating India's rich cultural diversity.With its varied line-up, it explores the diversity that characterizes the cultural fabric of our country, such as food, heritage, nature, art and architecture. There are walks, talks, workshops and Instameets across India covering a broad spectrum of the country's heritage and culture. For the second edition, the festival has scaled up its reach through the inclusion of over 35 cities and more than 100 events across the country.
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“The fourth edition of Kochi-Muziris Biennale runs from 12 December, 2018 – 29 March, 2019.“ Venues are open every day from 10 AM – 6 PM. Tickets are available for purchase for ₹100 at Aspinwall House.
By Air: Fort Kochi is 45 km from Kochi International Airport, Nedumbassery. By Train: Fort Kochi is 13 km from Ernakulam Junction (South) Station and 16 km from Ernakulam Town (North) Station. By Boat: Fort Kochi is 20 mins from the Ernakulam Boat Jetty and 10 mins from both Willingdon Island and Vypin Boat Jetty. By Bus: Fort Kochi is 15 km from the main bus station in Ernakulam.