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Gujarat’s Garba declared an Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO

Garba, the famed traditional dance form of Gujarat has been declared as an Intangible Heritage by the UNESCO

Rabindranath Tagore’s Santiniketan added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, here are the other Indian properties that have made it

The decision to add Santiniketan to the distinguished list was made during the World Heritage Committee's 45th session, which took place in Saudi Arabia.

Three more places in India included in the tentative list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Gujarat's Vadnagar, Modhera Sun Temple and Tripura's Unakoti have been added to the UNESCO World Heritage Sites tentative list.

YouTuber Abhisar Sharma says India is known world over because of Taj Mahal, here are some brilliant architectural marvels predating it

As Hindus demand to open the closed doors of Taj Mahal, YouTuber Abhisar Sharma claims it identifies India

Open Ajanta Ellora caves with 50% capacity like theatres, gyms: Aurangabad tourism body writes to MH govt

Aurangabad Tourism Development Foundation has said that the caves are naturally ventilated and are at lesser risk of multiplying the COVID spread.

Harappan-era city Dholavira in Gujarat inscribed on UNESCO World Heritage site list

Gujarat's Dholavira is now the 40th site in India to be included in the UNESCO World Heritage list

‘Jab kutte pe sassa aaya, tab Badshah ne shehar basaya’: Read the fascinating trivia about Ahmedabad on its 610th Foundation Day

The Ahmedabad city in Gujarat was founded by Sultan Ahmed Shah on 26 February 1411 AD

1100-year-old monolithic sandstone Shivling unearthed in Vietnam’s Cham temple complex in My Son Sanctuary

The 9th-century fully intact Shivling is part of a complex of Hindu temples which were constructed by the Champa Empire between 4th century CE and 13th century CE.

Hampi vandalized again: Tourist booked for ‘accidentally’ damaging two pillars while taking photographs

In July this year, the 16th-century Brindavana (samadhi) of Saint Vyasaraja Swamy, Rajaguru of Vijayanagara Emperor Krishnadevaraya was desecrated and vandalised in Anegundi near Hampi. 

Devotees and volunteers reconstruct the destroyed Brindavana of Vyasaraja Swami in less than two days

Local devotees and volunteers had gathered to reconstruct the Brindavana of Shri Vyasaraja Swami after it was found destroyed yesterday.

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