July 2, 2020

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India

As I always mention, India is a land full of surprises. From the mountain valleys of Ladakh to the deep blue seas of Goa, from the temples of Varanasi to the forts of Rajasthan, the country has something for everyone. Thus, its no wonder that the country has 32 listed UNESCO World Heritage Sites and many more tentative ones.

 

In this list, I have tried to compile some of the most visited and worth visiting sites in India which are ranked highly on the UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites in India.

[rel_attraction_big_picture title=”Taj Mahal, Agra”]

[rel_attraction_big_picture title=”Konark Sun Temple”]

[rel_attraction_big_picture title=”Khajuraho Group of Monuments”]

[rel_attraction_big_picture title=”Bhimbetka Rock Shelters”]

[rel_attraction_big_picture title=”Group of Monuments at Hampi”]

[rel_attraction_big_picture title=”Champaner-Pavagadh Archaeological Park”]

[rel_attraction_big_picture title=”Mahabodhi Temple”]

[rel_attraction_big_picture title=”Kaziranga National Park”]

[rel_attraction_big_picture title=”Humayun’s Tomb”]

[rel_attraction_big_picture title=”Qutab Minar”]

[rel_attraction_big_picture title=”Red Fort”]

[rel_attraction_big_picture title=”Elephanta Caves”]

[rel_attraction_big_picture title=”Sundarbans National Park and Tiger Reserve”]