Delhi Drift to Himalayan heights

**Field Trip: Agra, Delhi, and Kullu Manali (2024)**


**Date:** February 18-27

The field trip for the 2022-24 batch students was organized to provide a rich cultural and historical experience, spanning three iconic destinations in India: Agra, Delhi, and Kullu Manali. The trip aimed to enhance students’ knowledge and understanding of India’s heritage, architecture, and natural beauty.



The journey commenced in Agra, home to the world-famous Taj Mahal. Students were enthralled by the majestic beauty of this architectural marvel, learning about its history, significance, and architectural intricacies. Additionally, visits to Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri provided insights into the Mughal era and its architectural brilliance.



Next, the trip continued to Delhi, the bustling capital of India, where students explored a myriad of historical and cultural landmarks. Highlights included tours of the Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Humayun’s Tomb, and India Gate. Students immersed themselves in Delhi’s vibrant street life, sampling local cuisine and experiencing the city’s rich diversity.


**Kullu Manali:**

The final leg of the journey took students to the picturesque hill stations of Kullu and Manali in the Himalayan foothills. Surrounded by snow-capped peaks and lush valleys, students engaged in various outdoor activities such as trekking, river rafting, and exploring local markets. They also visited Hadimba Temple, Rohtang Pass, and Solang Valley, experiencing the serene beauty of the Himalayas.


**Educational Outcomes:**

1. Enhanced understanding of India’s rich cultural heritage and historical significance.

2. Appreciation of diverse architectural styles and their evolution over time.

3. Exposure to different landscapes, climates, and ecosystems, fostering environmental awareness.

4. Development of teamwork, leadership, and problem-solving skills through group activities and excursions.

The field trip to Agra, Delhi, and Kullu Manali was a resounding success, providing students with unforgettable experiences and valuable learning opportunities. It not only enriched their academic knowledge but also instilled a deeper appreciation for India’s cultural and natural treasures. Such experiential learning initiatives are integral to holistic education, shaping well-rounded individuals with a global perspective.


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