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WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT

translating ethical research into immersive experiences

At Immersive Trails, we are proud to have built a Purpose Driven Company. 
What do we mean by that? It means we reinvest most of our profits to empower local stakeholders in tourism with proper training to enhance their livelihoods. We filter the money that you pay us for our ethically curated immersive experiences down to benefit local communities of artisans and train local transportation providers and students into experience curators. Therefore, you are an integral part of this new purpose driven revolution in tourism. Thank you for helping us chart a new, ethical and purpose driven future for

tourism, where no one is left behind. Build the future with us at Immersive Trails.

Upcoming Experiences

  • Workshop: Oral History
    19 Sep, 18:00 – 20:00 GMT+5:30
    Virtual Workshop
    What happens to stories that are forgotten or never passed down to new generations? How can these stories be recorded or accessed, and how can you tell what is real from what has been added in retellings?
  • Virtual Experience: Birbhum Terracotta Trail
    Membership Offer
    20 Sep, 18:00 – 20:00 GMT+5:30
    Virtual Walk
    The beautiful terracotta temples of Birbhum in Bengal are often overshadowed by the more popular ones in Bishnupur, where most temples are not made of terracotta at all. This new deeply researched immersive virtual experience brings the much needed focus on Birbhum’s terracotta temples.
  • Virtual Experience: Victorian Calcutta
    Membership Offer
    25 Sep, 18:00 – 20:00 GMT+5:30
    Virtual Walk
    Come with us to explore a maze of alleyways in the Bowbazar area of Calcutta, where we will discover places associated with artistic innovations, scientific advocacy, argumentative newspapers, true crime writing, and early Nationalist organization.
  • Workshop: Terracotta Architecture of Bengal
    26 Sep, 18:00 – 20:00 GMT+5:30
    Virtual Workshop
    Starting under the royal patronage, terracotta religious architecture became distributed all throughout south Bengal via local landlords.
  • Workshop: Reading Historical Maps
    02 Oct, 18:00 – 20:00 GMT+5:30
    Virtual Workshop
    Based on historical examples, you will learn about the methods and processes of mapmaking in the past, and how to rouse your sense of history to read and understand the world view of the societies that produced these maps.
 

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