Read the following passage and answer the questions based on it.
‘Heritage Walks’ as an organised group activity has gained popularity
in many countries. India has a rich history, which can be traced back to
many millenniums. Every region of India is full of historical places from
ancient, medieval and modern period. The ‘Heritage walk’ organised in the
city of Ahmedabad is well-known. In the cities of Mumbai and Pune in
Maharashtra such walks are organised regularly. Heritage walks can
encourage people to support projects like conservation and preservation of
historical monuments, to collect authentic information about them and to
publish it through various media. Residences of renowned citizens who have
passed away are also part of heritage. In some cities ‘blue plaques’ with the
names and other relevant information of such citizens are placed on their
residences, as a part heritage scheme.
1. What is heritage walk?
2. Where is heritage walk organised?
3. What can we achieve with the help of heritage walk?