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World Heritage Day 2024 : An..Ban..Glorify 5 Cultural Heritages of India, Know About It, Which Few People Know

World Heritage Day 2024: World Heritage Day is celebrated on April 18 every year. Art, literature and culture are promoted along with world heritage on this occasion.
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World Heritage Day is celebrated on 18 April every year. It aims to promote all world heritage, history, art and culture. Our country India is full of history and art literature. There are 42 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. On this World Heritage Day, we will tell you about some of the heritage sites of the country, which many tourists have not been able to reach till date.

Must visit these five heritage sites of India

1. Champaner-Pavagarh Archaeological Park, Gujarat

This archaeological park is located near the Panchmahal Mountains of Gujarat, which is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Here you will find a unique confluence of history and art. Along with this, here you will get a glimpse of Hindu and Muslim architecture, the best example of which is the Jama Masjid present here. This is the biggest mosque in Gujarat. Here you can see a beautiful view of Vadodara from the hills of Pavagadh.

2. Mattancherry Palace in Kochi, Ernakulam

Mattancherry Palace in Kerala is also called Dutch Palace. The houses here are built according to the architecture of Kerala and Europe. You will get a chance to taste famous food in Mattancherry market. Of which appam and fish curry are the most popular.

3. Tomb of Sheikh Chilli, Haryana

The tombs of Sheikh Chilli in Kurukshetra district of Haryana are an important part of the World Heritage. This mausoleum is built according to Zoroastrian architecture. People of all religions come here to pray. Being a part of World Heritage, this mausoleum is specially cared for. In the local market here you will find many items for home decoration.

4. Pattadakallu, Karnataka

Located on the banks of the Malaprabha River, this World Heritage Site belongs to the Chalukya Empire. Also called Raktapura, it is located in Bagalkot district of Karnataka. It is a group of various monuments famous for their archaeological importance. Among the historical monuments here are nine Hindu and one Jain temples.

5. Kakatiya Rudreshwar (Rampappa) Temple, Telangana

Kakatiya Rudreshwar (Rampappa) Temple is a World Heritage listed ancient temple in Telangana. This temple is a magnificent temple built in the shape of a star. This temple was built by the Kakatiya king Rudradeva in the 12th century. This temple has a thousand pillars, so it is also called the thousand pillared temple. The special thing about this temple is that the stones used in its construction do not sink in water.

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