World Heritage Day – Popular Indian sites!

Hey guys, today is World Heritage Day 🙂 so I decided to blog about some of our Indian beauties which has caught the eyeballs of millions of people, not just in India, worldwide!!

From beautiful Taj Mahal to amazing Sundarbans…India is enriched with such mind-blowing World Heritage sites. Let’s talk about some poplar World Heritage sites of India which has been able to grab the special attention of UNESCO, and also being absolutely loved by tourists 😀

1. Taj Mahal


This monument of love was built in the loving memory of Shah Jahan’s wife Mumtaz post her demise. Taj Mahal is perfectly designed with Persian and earlier Mughal architecture. This spot in Agra tops the must-visit list of every tourist coming here in India from other countries.

2. Qutb Minar

Qutb minar

It is the tallest brick minaret in the world (72.5 m). It has been named after emperor Qutub-ud-din Aibak. Qutb Minar attracts a huge number of Indian and foreigner tourists becoming one of the popular World Heritage sites of India.

3. Sundarbans


Sundarban means ‘Beautiful forest’ in Bengali, and it really does justice to it’s name. A large number of various plants and animals can be found here. But Sundarbans is most famous for Royal Bengal tigers and Sundari trees. A vast number of tourists visit this amazing spot of West Bengal every year.

4. Kaziranga National Park


This is the perfect destination for you if you wanna see one-horned rhinoceroses. Kaziranga National Park, in Assam, is a home for many other species of birds and animals. A large number of visitors come over here making it one of the popular places in India.

5. Khajuraho Temples


The Khajuraho Temples was built during the rule of the Rajput-Chandela dynasty. The Khajuraho temples feature a variety of art work, of which 10% is erotic structure outside and inside the temples. Tourists visit this temple in huge numbers to witness the architectural and artistic works displayed here.


India is enriched with so many other World Heritage sites as well. But I decided to post about popular as well as my favorite ones 🙂 Though I haven’t been in all of the World Heritage Sites of India… But once I’m done seeing them with my own eyes, I’m gonna bore you guys with a lonnng blog post about it 😛

India is really beautifully perfectly incredible ❤ What say folks? ^_^

Love, phoenixX ❤


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