Two days ago I was in Group of Monuments at Hampi. Today I was counting, I have visited 18 UNESCO World Heritage Centres situated in India. I am so excited that from the total list of 29 I almost visited 65%. I am 25 and I am lucky my father has the passion to visit living History. I love my father! Even most of the places I visited 7-8 years back, I didn’t know they are listed as the UNESCO World Heritage.
Here is the list of Heritage that I stepped in India
1. Agra Fort ,
2. Ajanta Caves ,
5. Elephanta Caves,
6. Ellora Caves ,
7. Fatehpur Sikri,
14. Sun Temple, Konârak,
15. Taj Mahal,
In India, till 2012 UNESCO declares total 29 properties as the part of the World Heritage Site. There are 34 more are waiting to be added. Even in that 34 I have travelled most of them too! So whenever, next time you are willing to visit India don’t forget to take my free travel advice.
Here is a link for total 29 properties: http://whc.unesco.org/en/statesparties/in , it is a long list indeed.
Soon I am going to publish my travel experience at Hampi. Now I am reading a historical novel based on Hampi, “Tungabhadrar Tire by Sharadindu Bandyopadhayay“, once I done I will share my travel experience.
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Happy Christmas, and Lots of Love for The New Year!