Only one train to ply l Decision taken due to low occupancy amid pandemic Reeling under low occupancy due to Covid, only one train will be plying on the UNESCO’s World Heritage Kalka-Shimla rail track now, while 10 others have been cancelled since yesterday.
Launched on the Google Arts and Culture platform, the tour offers views of the Taj from angles you have never seen before…
Mother’s Day 2021: Destinations to explore post-lockdown with your mom; Manas Sen Gupta; Lifestyle Asia
It is unlikely that on Mother’s Day 2021, any of us will be travelling, but if you’re planning in advance, bookmark these Indian destinations.
Researchers have discovered fossils of one of the Earth’s earliest known multicellular animals — the 550-million-year-old Dickinsonia — on the roof of the Bhimbetka rock shelters in Madhya Pradesh.
Rocky outcrops are a type of small natural feature: spatially diminutive natural entities that often harbour a unique assemblage of organisms.
Google Arts & Culture has added a range of new virtual tours of UNESCO World Heritage sites to its platform, including one of the Taj Mahal.
Lions, tigers, and bears abound at these pristine wildlife sanctuaries scattered all across India.
To celebrate the World Heritage Day, Google Arts & Culture adds virtual tours of various World Heritage sites, including India’s Taj Mahal.
The COVID-19 pandemic, the resultant economic fallout and the ensuing restrictions could not foil the spirit of around two lakh tourists, including 570
April 18 is observed as International Day for Monuments and Sites. It is also referred to as World Heritage Day. On this occasion India Bloom brings you five of the lesser known Indian sites inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage Site list.
Tourism Ministry Showcases Exquisite Khajuraho Temple Architecture; Arun Kumar Das; Swarajya Magazine
Dekho Apna Desh webinar highlights Khajuraho temple architecture and iconography.
Dekho Apna Desh: Ministry of Tourism India Organises Webinar on ‘Khajuraho – Temples of Architectural Splendour’; Latestly
The Ministry of Tourism’s Dekho Apna Desh Webinar series held its 85th webinar titled “Khajuraho-Temples of Architectural Splendour”on17th April 2021. India a land resounds with the riches and glories of opulent dynasties, powerful rulers, flourishing civilisations, and profound history.
With 38 UNESCO World Heritage sites, India bags the position blog having the sixth-largest number of archaeological and natural sites in the world. On World Heritage Day, we curated a list of 10 heritage sites of India signifying the incredible beauty of culture, history, and landscapes
A biodiversity hotspot close to Mumbai yet far away from its din, Kaas Plateau awaits your advent; Sugandhaa Pandey; Knock Sense
Kaas Plateau is a biodiversity hotspot with almost 850 species of flowers and butterflies.
Beyond the Taj Mahal: India needs to highlight lesser known World Heritage Sites; Steena Joy; Yahoo Lifestyle
Today, there are 38 World Heritage Sites located in India – the 6th largest number of sites in the world. Sadly, heritage sites need institutional support to protect the tales from the past.
India is home to 38 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, out of the 1121 such spots identified around the world. So far, only China, Italy, Spain, Germany, and France have more locations on the list than India.
World Heritage Sites in India include Taj Mahal, Khajuraho, Agra Fort & others; read list; Republic World
April 18 is celebrated as World Heritage Day. Take a look at the list of 38 World Heritage Sites in India listed by UNESCO, to spread awareness.
The Jhansi-Khajuraho National Highway is being widened by NHAI to provide better road connectivity to Khajuraho…
Declared as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO, know about These 7 churches in Old Goa!; Sugandhaa Pandey; Knock Sense
Source: Basilica of Bom Jesus
The famous Khajuraho temples of Madhya Pradesh have been hogging the limelight every now and then for various reasons. And the most popular psyche is that many find the carvings on the Khajuraho temples as offensive pornographic scenes. Perhaps, in all this, we tend to miss the most important point, i.e., the basic purpose of building these temples.