Do you know how many World Heritage Sites are there in India those are recognized by UNESCO? Any guesses? Well, the number is 35. That means you have 35 more places to venture and experience the rich heritage of India.
From mountainsides to remains of old civilization, the list contains distinctive evidence of the culture and heritage that stand as the pillar for our country. Here are some of the places among the 35 that you should include in your next travel list. Ready to explore?
Nalanda Mahavihara, Bihar
Known for its high-quality education in Ancient India, this is a place that is a must-visit for everyone. You can also witness the remains of Buddhist Monastery that dates back to 3rd Century BC.
Khangchendzonga National Park, Sikkim
Spread over the huge area of 850 Sq km, this is a place that houses the 3rd largest peak of the world. With rich flora and fauna, it is also known for being the abode of snow leopards.
Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh
The group of monuments at this place stands as the evidence to the elaborate picture of ancient India. Not only the society of that time, but it also houses different erotic figures in form of sculptures.
Great Living Chola Temples, Tamil Nadu
As the name clearly depicts they were built during the Chola rule. They are all dedicated to Lord Shiva and famous for their exceptionally skilled architecture. They are known as living temples because the rituals that are observed started thousands of years ago.
Sundarbans, West Bengal
Not only a part of the World Heritage Sites, but this is also the largest delta in the world. This place is beautifully dangerous as it is surrounded by rivers and is full of wild fauna life. There are National Park and Tiger Reserve you can visit.