First of all I would like to apologise for writing after a long gap of three days. I know today is the last day of UNESCO World Heritage Week and we still have to cover a lot of Indian Heritage Sites. I was debating on whether I should cram all of them together in one post but then it won’t do them justice. So, instead of wrapping up the series today, as it originally should have, I will continue it for three more days. Hope you guys are enjoying exploring India’s Heritage with me.
Each of the sites that we have discussed and those we will discuss in the coming days deserve a dedicated lengthy write-up. I hope I will be able to write them in detail in future, but for now I hope this much of information suffices. So continuing with our story:
Continue reading List of UNESCO World Heritage Sites of India – Part IV
India, being one of the oldest civilisations of the world, has no shortage of history and heritage. It is the birth place of legends and a cradle of various religions and culture. We have discussed twelve breath-taking architectural and natural sites in past two blogs (You can find their links at the end). Now let’s continue forward with our journey.
Continue reading List of UNESCO World Heritage Sites of India – Part III
Every year all countries around the world celebrate the World Heritage Week from 19th Nov to 25th Nov with an aim is to spread awareness for protecting and preserving our valuable assets. With a total of 38 heritage sites, India has the 6th largest number of World Heritage Sites in the World!
Continue reading Celebrating World Heritage Week 2019