Bringing Our Gods Home: Reclaiming India’s stolen treasures

Sunday, 24 April 2016 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM [IST]

New Horizon College, Capt. Unnikrishnan Auditorium, Ring Road, Near Marathalli,, Bangalore, Karnataka, 560103, India

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Sunday, 24 April 2016 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM [IST]

New Horizon College Auditorium, Bangalore, New Horizon College, Capt. Unnikrishnan Auditorium, Bangalore, Karnataka, 560103, India.

Bringing Our Gods Home

Reclaiming India’s stolen treasures

 

For thousands of years, India’s treasures have been looted. 
Nobody has bothered to bring them back. 
UNTIL NOW!

 

About India Pride Project

India’s cultural treasures have been looted for centuries. First by the Mughals, then by the colonials, and now it's being done by its own people. Ancient Indian statues, manuscripts, maps and artefacts are stolen and sold off for millions of dollars in international art markets.

 

“India Pride Project” (www.ipp.org.in) is a volunteer-led effort that is tracking these national treasures globally and demanding they are brought back to India.

 

This short 6 minute video provides an overview of our efforts  http://www.bit.ly/IPPvideo 
 

About this Talk

In this talk, you will hear about how India Pride Project, a privately-led volunteer-initiative is:

  1. Recovering stolen Indian heritage (smuggled all across the globe),
  2. Creating mass-awareness about the scale of the loot, and
  3. Lobbying government agencies to put heritage-recovery high on the agenda.

 

Show your Support

Sign the petition here: www.tiny.cc/bogh and #BringOurGodsHome

 

Our Speakers

Anuraag Saxena (https://twitter.com/anuraag_saxena) is the co-founder of India Pride Project, a global network of volunteers and enthusiasts who are recovering India's stolen treasures from across the globe.  Anuraag is the Asia-Pacific CEO for the World Education Foundation and lives in Singapore.

Vijay Kumar is an avid heritage enthusiast and blogger promoting awareness of Indian art. Vijay works as shipping professional in Singapore

 

Barhut StupaJain TirthankaraKushan BuddhaNataraja Suttar

Cancellation policy

If you are unable to attend, please extend the courtesy of cancelling 8+ hours in advance so we can allott the seat to someone else.

Seshadri Shankar

“India Pride Project” (www.ipp.org.in) is a volunteer-led effort that is tracking these national treasures globally and demanding they are brought back to India.

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