5 Ultimate UNESCO World Heritage Sites In India

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    Didn’t we all watch the intriguing historical fiction ‘Baahubali: The Beginning?’ Well, I guess though we breathe in the digital age, our meandering minds covet for the thrills and mysteries of the classical era, don’t you agree? Though the movie was fiction, we bring you some of our glorious UNESCO heritage sites which are not fiction but reality from the past.

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    1. Hill Forts of Rajasthan

    UNESCO World Heritage sites

    Talking about heritage, the first place that comes to my mind is the royal land of Rajasthan. The Hill Forts of Rajasthan with its majestic architecture will sweep you off your feet. Picture yourself in the Jaisalmer Fort, Ranthambore Fort, Chittorgarh Fort or the Amber Fort and treat yourself to absolute royalty and elegance.

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    2. Churches and Convents of Goa

    UNESCO World Heritage sites

    If you think Goa is all about happening nightlife and beaches, then you are gravely mistaken! Famous as ‘Rome of the East’, Goa is blessed with magnificent churches and monuments, the Basilica of Bom Jesus, being the most popular attraction. It houses the tomb containing the relics of St. Francis Xavier.

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    3. Sun Temple, Konark

    UNESCO World Heritage sites

    An unique architectural marvel, the Konark Sun Temple aka Black Pagoda is simply brilliant. It represents the chariot of the sun god and is adorned with impressive stone carvings. These carvings narrate the untold tales of the ancient life without uttering a single word, isn't it magical? So, when you are here feel the temple engulf you in its beauty.

    4. Humayun’s Tomb, Delhi

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    Let’s check out what our capital city has in store for us. Yes, the Humayun’s Tomb, nestled at the centre of the lavish gardens with water channels, was built by the second Mughal Emperor Humayun’s widow Biga Begum. Its alluring Mughal architecture has earned it the title of 'the necropolis of the Mughal dynasty'. Remember watching the popular movie 'Mughal-e-Azam', well you can feel the elegance when you are here!

    5. Group of Monuments at Hampi

    UNESCO World Heritage sites

    If you truly appreciate the arts, you must include Hampi in your travel itinerary. You will fall in love with the splendid Dravidian temples and palaces which are the gems in the crown of Hampi. So, click a selfie at these historic monuments and create everlasting memories!

    So, which are the places you’ve shortlisted? Don’t forget to share your experiences with us in the comment box below.

    Author : Vijaylaxmi Thakur