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Heritage Ambassador Program

The Indian Heritage Society, Mumbai

Conserve :: Cherish :: Celebrate

Since its inception as a chapter of The Indian Heritage Society in 1979, the IHS, Mumbai has worked with a single point agenda to awaken the consciousness of citizens in the diversity and richness of Mumbai art, architecture, culture and natural resources.
Through festivals, programmes and restorations, we create an awareness and appreciation for the city of Mumbai and all aspects of her culture.
The Indian Heritage Society, Mumbai was registered under the Societies Act 1860 & Mumbai Public Trust Act 1950 and endeavours to be non-profit, non-political, non-sectarian and non-religious in nature.

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Supporting Organizations

Over the years the Indian Heritage Society Mumbai has received the support of Mumbaikars from all walks of life and these prestigious organizations as well. This support takes the form of donations, space and permissions.

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