Kala ghoda Art Festival 2014

Heritage Walks

It is not the honor that you take with you, but the heritage you leave behind.

-Branch Rickey


Mumbai - a city of myriad personalities. A city whose history is influenced by illustrious empires, a city which finds order in chaos, and amidst the pace and pause, a city of evolving dreams and manifestations of cultural ethos. Walk with us and discover more about the city that baffles, overwhelms and inspires so many. Come and explore the idea of the city through its heritage, standing tall, embracing the change and welcoming the future.

Our thematic for the 2014 festival is ‘MONUMENTUM’

Participants are welcome on FIRST COME - FIRST SERVE basis and a TOKEN for the walks/bus rides can be collected from the HELP DESK (at the Police Chowki on Rampart Row, near Max Mueller Bhavan[MMB]) a few hours before.

Acknowledgements: Anne Thomas Panicker, Apoorva Nanjangud, Mohit Hirlekar, Kenneseth Eliyahoo Synagogue, Bombay High Court, MTDC, MBPT, St. Thomas Cathedral, Cathedral of the Holy Name (Wodehouse Church, Colaba)

Click here for HELP DESK

Stained glass: A colouring book St. Thomas Cathedral to Cathedral of the Holy Name (Wodehouse Church, Colaba)

2:30 pm at St. Thomas Cathedral

12:00 - 1:30 pm Workshop and Talk 


Venue : Artists' Centre


Talk and demonstration by : Asad Hajeebhoy


Come witness the finest stained glass in Mumbai narrating story of the city’s history and growth through vivid array of coloured panels. Stroll through some magnificent interiors coming to life with stained glass windows accompanied with a narrative on the making, use, display and conservation of stained glass in the structures.


Registrations to be done before the walk at the Registration Desk at Artists' Centre and Tokens to be collected between 12:00 pm - 12:30 pm

(Maximum people - 50 on first come first serve basis)

Note: Only 1 token would be handed over to one person. No email registrations would be accepted.


Time of Assembly: 2:15 pm with the token


Conducted by: Sanaeya Vandrewala