Explore the unique spaces, cultures, characters and interesting facets of contemporary Bandra.
History, belief, art, architecture, culture, conservation and change are some of the themes highlighted on this walk. Conducted by Alisha Sadikot, these walk experiences aim to deepen public understanding and appreciation for the city’s many stories and legacies and, in turn, encourage their preservation.
On Tuesday, 26th Jan 2016, 8 am to 10:30 am
Location is Bandra West
Only Rs. 599/-
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Start Point: The walk will begin at Land’s End, the south-western tip of Bandra. We will visit the remains of the 17th century Castella de Aguada, popularly known as the Bandra Fort, and its immediate surroundings.
Leaving the Land’s End, we climb up Kane Road to Mount Mary Church, a Bandra institution. We will also visit St. Stephen’s Church, a few metres away, before walking to Ranwar village, one of Bandra’s few surviving village communities.
End Point: Chapel Road. The walk will end with an exploration of recent art interventions along the Waroda and Chapel roads.