School of Liberal Arts Organizes a Heritage Walk

The School of Liberal Arts at Ajeenkya DY Patil University organized a Pune Heritage Walk for undergraduate students, providing an enriching exploration of the city’s historical and cultural facets. Guided by an experienced indologist, students embarked on a captivating journey through the old by-lanes of Pune, delving into the rich tapestry of its history, market dynamics, architectural gems, and ancient settlements.

The itinerary included key landmarks such as Shaniwar Wada, Ghorpade Ghat, Kasba Ganpati, Mujumdar Wada, Lal Mahal, Nana Wada, Bhau Rangari Ganpati, Tambdi Jogeshwari temple, Pune City library, Mahatma Phule Mandai, and Tulshibaug Ram Mandir. Each stop offered unique insights into Pune’s vibrant past, allowing students to witness the city’s evolution over the years.

This immersive experience not only fostered a deeper appreciation for Pune’s heritage but also provided a practical application of academic knowledge in a real-world context. The walk encouraged students to engage with historical narratives, architectural marvels, and the cultural diversity embedded in Pune’s heritage. By actively participating in this heritage exploration, students gained a multifaceted understanding of the city’s identity and contributed to the university’s commitment to holistic education.