In a first for Udaipur, Seedling school has formed a Heritage Club in association with INTAC (Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage) to bring awareness towards preserving heritage of the city. 30 students of Seedling are the founder members of this club.
In the current technology oriented and fast paced life, with competition are every end, focus has shifted from traditions to modernity. With each and every one vying for a bigger pie in the modern world, it is imminent that the rich culture on which our society has been formed, is forgotten, or if ever remembered, only like the wink of an eye.
The management of Seedling, assuming the role of task masters, have taken the initiative of inculcating the respect to tradition that it deserves, among students. The formation of Heritage Club seeks to ensure that along with spreading awareness towards the rich heritage of the city in society, the students learn in the bargain.
The launch of the club involved a formal briefingby Dr BP Bhatnagar, former Vice Chancellor, RVU and convenor of INTAC’s Udaipur chapter. He was accompanied by SK Verma, Principal Advisor to the National Heritage Divison, INTACH. The two seniors briefed the students about the working of this club and the role of students in preserving our Art and Cultural Heritage.
30 students who were chosen to be members of this club, will be assisted by two teachers, Anjali Khabya and Manisha Sharma.
Bedla Mata Temple is the first heritage site that the Heritage Club has chosen for their project. The members of the club, will be conducting activities and interacting with the local community to bring awareness towards care for our heritage.