Chhaap in collaboration with the State Bank of India had organized a Heritage walk in the old city in November 2003. Debashish Nayak from Ahmedabad, who has designed heritage walks in many other cities and countries, had
designed this walk. During the walk he pointed out many architectural and town planning high lights of the city. It was called Mandir to Mazjiid. Started from Jagmandir and ended at Jami mazjid near Madvi gate.
Talk started with a slide show in SBI auditorium where Dabashish pointed out how the city was originally planned and developed. Next day during the walk he pointed out a few murals, electric polls and the water system which is unique to Baroda. After a week about 35 people made etching on their experience on walk with technical assistance from Chhaap artists and an exhibition of the same was held.
A travelling show was hosted by Chhaap on 26th January 2009. Prof. Hui-Chu Yung from Akron University had proposed this project of showing 125 miniature format books done by artists from all over the world. Inaugurated by Jyoti Bhatt and was appreciated by Baroda audience as a unique show. Books were done in various material such as paper, clothe, wood, acrylic, metal and laser cut.