Watch | Ramappa temple, Telangana's first World Heritage Site

A video on Ramappa temple in Telangana that recently received the UNESCO World Heritage tag

August 11, 2021 01:09 am | Updated 04:10 pm IST

Situated in Palampet in Telangana, the 13th-century Ramappa temple was recently inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site .

In a virtual meeting of the World Heritage Committee, 17 countries backed the move to ensure the heritage tag for the site

The temple is known for its exquisite craftsmanship and delicate relief work. It is a savvy blend of technical know-how and materials of its time.

It is the first world heritage site in Telangana, and the hope is that it will help revive domestic and international tourism in the State

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