Did You Know About These World Heritage Sites In India?

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“India is the only country whose basic of life is Dharma. We have developed the path of spirituality.” – Swami Vivekanand

Notably, India is one such country which is known for its religious significance. Also, it is also known as ‘The land of gods’ which makes it even more spiritual than any other country in the world.

However, being in India, we have known very little about a number of world heritage sites of our country. Thus, here are some splendid heritage sites that will provide you inner peace. Let’s have a look at them.

World Heritage Sites In India

There are no double thoughts about the fact that India has rich cultural heritage.

But, many do not know that our country owns some of the best and the most beautiful World Heritage Sites.

So, General convention states these sites as heritage sites. Furthermore, this was done with the help of UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation).

UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITES IN INDIA:

UNESCO has rated 35 of India’s sites as World Heritage Sites.

So, let us draw your attention to the best of them:

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Name

Location

UNESCO Heritage

Kaziranga Wildlife Sanctuary.

Assam.Well-known for One-Horned Indian Rhino and its unique environment.
   

Mahabodhi Temple Complex.

Bodh Gaya, Bihar.Well-known for Cultural & Archeological Importance & Buddhism.
   

Humayun’s Tomb.

Delhi.Well-known for its design, by the Mughal rulers.
   

Champaner-Pavagadh Archaeological Park.

Gujarat.Uncarvated Archeological, Cultural & Historic Heritage.
   

Rock Shelters of Bhimbetka.

Madhya Pradesh.A Beautiful Carve Of Rocks Within Rocks.
   

Ajanta Ellora Caves.

Maharashtra.These are Buddhist caves describing religious Buddhist Arts.
   

Taj Mahal.

Agra, Uttar Pradesh.In fact, a symbol of love. It was made by Emperor Shah Jahan.

Last but not the least, have you visited these world heritage sites in India? If yes, then do let us know about your experiences in the comment section below.

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