The UNESCO World Heritage Sites In India are not some prohibited areas but you have actually been to these places. But you never knew these places were actually UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites In India. But without any further delay, we will share our knowledge with you. But before that just give you a little detail about how these sites are selected as UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites. A World Heritage Site is selected and recognized by the United Nations on the basis of its “cultural, historical, scientific or any other form of significance”. And these sites are preserved and protected by UNESCO.
There are such 35 sites in India (like Taj Mahal, Qutab Minar, Humayun’s Tomb). But these sites we are just about to reveal are the ones that you can’t even think of it being a UNESCO’s World Heritage Site.