The Grade XI and XII Humanities students of Indus Valley World School were taken for an educational trip to Bhubaneshwar, as a part of the CBSE curriculum for their History, Geography and Sociology projects, from 9 November to 12 November 2019. The four-day trip started with a visit to the Lingaraj Temple where the students witnessed the marvel of exquisite religious architecture in India. On the second day, the students were engaged in an artistic endeavour as they participated in a unique workshop of Patachitra painting at Raghurajpur, with Mr. Akshay Kumar Bariki, an artist of national repute. They interacted with the locals and conducted a survey. On the third day, the students visited the Udaygiri and Khandagiri caves which are historic remnants of India’s rich past. Then they visited the Dhauli Shanti Stupa, which is one of the popular landmarks of Odisha’s Buddhist heritage. The last stop was the colourful handicrafts appliqué crafts village in Pipli. It was an enriching hands-on experience for students to connect to the rich heritage of India.