After the 13th century Ramappa temple of Telangana got the status of World Heritage Site by UNESCO, now Gujarat’s Dholavira has been recognized as a World Heritage Site on Tuesday. The remains of the Harappan civilization are found in Dholavira located in Khadir of Kutch region in Gujarat. In the 44th session of UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee on Tuesday, it was decided to give the tag to Dholavira. With this addition, there are now a total of 40 World Heritage sites in India. This status is given to places that show the culture of any country and inspire human society in future. PM Modi expressed delight on this recognition and shared some throwback pictures of his visit to the site.
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