‘Folk heritage on social media must be relatable, inclusive, authentic, relevant’

Alisha Sadikot is a SOAS scholar who works at the intersection of heritage conservation, education and local histories. When it comes to the folk, oral and intangible heritage of a country as vast and varied as India, social media can play a role in conserving them in formats closer to their original ones, she says.… Continue reading ‘Folk heritage on social media must be relatable, inclusive, authentic, relevant’