Heritage Education in India

Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage
 


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Heritage Education in India
The Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) is a nationwide, non-profit membership organization. INTACH was set up in 1984 to protect and conserve India's vast natural and cultural heritage.

Ms. Purnima Datt
Principal Director
Ms. Shanta Khanna
PS to Director
Ms. Shivaa Rawat
National Coordinator
Ms. Teresa Walter
Programme Coordinator
Mr. Abhishek Das
Senior Programme Coordinator
Ms. Christina Shangne
Programme Coordinator
Ms. Sanjoli Mathur
Programme Coordinator
Ms. Geetika Gunjan
Programme Coordinator
 
   

 

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