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Five Indian World Heritage Sites Hiding in Plain Sight; Uttara Gangopadhyay; Outlook India

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Popular edifices which are landmarks reflecting the evolution of Indian architecture

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5 Gorgeous Architectural Marvels That Are Just A Day’s Trip From Bangalore; Lost Passenger; Tripoto

India – Group of Monuments at Pattadakal

Bangalore is beautiful and the people are warm and friendly, but there are times you just want to get away from the busy life and maddening traffic to revel in something that makes you look back in time. Makes you look back in time? Please frame the last line better)

Calling out to all history and architecture buffs! Did you know there are a number of splendid places so close to Bangalore, that you’ll beat yourself up for not having gone there before.

Here’s a list of our favourites.

Hampi

An ancient village on the banks of the Tungabhadra River, Hampi is a renowned UNESCO World Heritage Site. It stands among the ruins of the capital of the ancient Vijayanagara Empire.

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On World Heritage Day, a look at the 5 Notable World Heritage Sites in south India; Aadi Nair; The News Minute

India – Group of Monuments at Pattadakal

South India is renowned for its stunning temple architecture, and several notable locations have been awarded the status of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

April 18 is celebrated across the globe as World Heritage Day, and this year, the theme is ‘Cultural Heritage and Sustainable Tourism.’ South India is renowned for its stunning temple architecture, and several notable locations have been awarded the status of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Here’s a look at some of them:

Group of Monuments at Hampi, Karnataka

Hampi is a town in North Karnataka that was given World Heritage status in 1986. Located within the ruins of the ancient city of Vijayanagar, Hampi is best known for several Hindu temples that have been constructed in the Dravidian style of architecture.

 

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