Kakatiya Heritage Trust in association with INTACH, Telangana Tourism Department and other organisations will conduct a 12-day “World heritage volunteers camp -2022” at Kakatiya Rudreswara temple, popularly known as Ramappa temple from September 19 to 30.
Warangal, the second biggest city in Telangana State after Hyderabad and the ‘heritage city’ has got one more feather in its cap with the selection of a member of UNESCO Global Network of Learning Cities (GNLC).
Telangana gets its second UNESCO recognition in the last one year. Earlier, 13th Century Ramappa Temple in Warangal was declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Why Ramappa Temple Nominated As UNESCO World Heritage Site? (Pt. II); Pannalal Bandyopadhyay; LinkedIn
In ‘Why Ramappa Temple Nominated as UNESCO World Heritage Site (Pt. II)’ will discuss about the Ramappa Temple of Palampet at length.
South India is a treasure trove of India’s heritage. Telangana’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ramappa Temple is a testimony to it.
In 2021, the 800-year-old Ramappa Temple finally made it to an elite group of world heritage sites including that of UNESCO…
About 200 km north-east of Hyderabad, capital of Telangana, in the village of Palampet, stands a marvel of Indian history, the Ramappa temple, which is also known as Rudreshswara temple.
Marco Polo had called this temple, The Brightest Star in the Galaxy of Temples, and today it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Kakatiya Rudreshwara Ramappa Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, dating back to the year 1213 CE. It is said that this sandstone temple took 40 years to get built, and is a glorious example of the ancient architecture of this region.
A video on Ramappa temple in Telangana that recently received the UNESCO World Heritage tag…
Ramappa temple, a 13th century temple named after its architect, Ramappa, was proposed by the government as its only nomination for the UNESCO World Heritage site tag for the year 2019. Even so, the temple has been in UNESCO’s tentative list since 2014.