Delhi, Dec. 27, 2018: About 104 students of Class VIII from Apeejay School, Pitampura, along with four teachers, got an opportunity to visit the Itihaas Heritage Walk. Students first visited Nicholson Cemetery – a Christian graveyard where John Nicholson’s grave is present. Then, they visited Kashmiri Gate, one of the original gates of Shahjahanabad (the road from it led to Kashmir). Students also went to the Election Education Centre-cum-Museum, where they observed the evolution of the electoral system in India. The Itihaas’ guides enriched all the students with facts and legends of the Revolt of 1857, the first war of India’s Independence. Students were also provided with a workbook which contained interesting questions and activities. Students also watched a short film about how to participate in voting. It was a mesmerising historical trip in which students learned a lot about India’s history besides getting a deep insight of the electoral process and reforms.