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The worldwide interest in cultural tours, preserving intangible heritage which gives us a sense of place is palpable. We have come to appreciate that there is an abundant culture out there with a rich array of meaning and significance. In the DLC Talks, we would want Dr. Navina Jafa, a well-known Cultural Heritage Technocrat and who is working closely with the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India, to talk on Heritage Skill Mapping in the frame of curating immersive Cultural Heritage tourism experiences.

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Dr. Navina Jafa
VP & Cultural Technocrat
Centre of New Perspectives (CNP)

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