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April 18 Marks World Heritage Day: Top 20 Heritage Sites in India; One World News; LinkedIn

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Heritage is about the things from the past which are valued enough today to save tomorrow! World heritage day is observed on 18th April every year to increase awareness on the importance of diversity of cultural heritage and preserving it for the generations ahead. The theme of World Heritage 2022 is ‘Heritage and Climate‘.

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Jaipur, India: The World’s 100 Greatest Places of 2021; Time

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Find out why Jaipur, India is on TIME’s 2021 list of the World’s Greatest Places…

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Exploring UNESCO World Heritage sites on India’s Golden Triangle tour; India Times

If you want to witness the unique blend of attractions in India, it is best to plan beforehand and head toward the Golden Triangle circuit. With this, you will cover prominent destinations, such as Delhi, Jaipur, and Agra. Also, on this route, other than the various popular tourist spots, there are sites that have been declared UNESCO World Heritage sites, which can be added in your travel itinerary too.Here are the top heritage sites that you should definitely visit.

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Travel Guide to Jaipur, India | The Pink City; Marky Ramone Go; Out of Town Blog

To help you plan your trip, here is Marky Ramone Go’s Jaipur Travel Guide for some useful information on things to do, places to see and eat in Jaipur.

Source: Travel Guide to Jaipur, India | The Pink City – Out of Town Blog

12 Top-Rated Attractions & Places to Visit in Jaipur; Joni Sweet; PlanetWare

Source: 12 Top-Rated Attractions & Places to Visit in Jaipur | PlanetWare

Travel to Rajasthan and Explore its 25 Best Monuments; Tanisha Sharma; Tour My India

India – The Jantar Mantar, Jaipur

Knocking the doors of my brain, I often ask that why do thoughts of touring Rajasthan and gazing its architecture keep on floating like an endless ocean every now and then, and probably I know the answer…

With a royal state that is planned so as to bring peace and prosperity and is dipped in the charm of intricate carvings, anyone is bound to fall in love. The credit here goes to the Hindu, Islamic and Jain architectural influences, a big shout out from architecture lovers. Now if we come to think of it there are so many monuments in Rajasthan that picking out one is quiet a task, right? Worry not as I have listed the best monuments in Rajasthan and that too 25 of them. So get ready to give yourself visual treats and feed your mind with the stories about these best historical places to visit in Rajasthan that are going to take you by surprise.

Let the exploring begin!

City Palace, Jaipur: Get enchanted by the commingle of different styles of architecture at their best

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How well do you know India’s destinations? Find out!; MSN

India – The Jantar Mantar, Jaipur

How well do you know India’s destinations? Find out!

CAN YOU GUESS WHICH PLACE IS THIS?

Its distinct architecture makes it one of the most beautifully designed buildings in the country. This is a house of worship and it’s shape has been inspired by a flower.

Answers start from Slide No. 26

CAN YOU GUESS WHICH PLACE IS THIS?

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this region is known as the Queen of Hills and boasts of one of the only two toy trains in the country. If you’re fond of tea, then it’s very likely that what you’re sipping, comes from this region.

Answers start from Slide No. 26

CAN YOU GUESS WHICH FESTIVAL IS THIS AND WHERE IS IT CELEBRATED?

This festival is peculiar to only one village in India, just before a major event.

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Travel guide: 9 top places to see in India; Joshua Berida; Rappler

India – The Jantar Mantar, Jaipur

Here’s what you can see in India aside from the Taj Mahal and the famous pink city.

India is a fascinating country of extremes, beauty, poverty, history and culture. As you may have heard or read before, it can be an attack on the senses on a literal and figurative level. It’s one of those places you’ll have a love-hate relationship with. However, it’s also the kind of place that grows on you when you finally get to peel off the layers.

Places to See

India is a huge country that is different from place to place, some parts may be cold during one part of the year, while another might be summery. Some of the architecture and culture may be the same in one region, but completely different in another. Exploring this country is an adventure in itself. 

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