UNESCO recognized Warangal's Ramappa temple as World Heritage Site
25-07-2021 Sun 20:09
It is a proud moment for Telangana state as the 13th-century Ramappa temple got the UNESCO World Heritage Site tag. The United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization has listed the temple in Palampet, Telangana, as a "World Heritage Site." after some countries supported the move. During the World Heritage Committee's continuing virtual meeting, an agreement was achieved in this respect.
The famous Ramappa Temple exemplifies the ancient Kakatiya dynasty's exceptional artistry. The Ramalingeswara temple, also called the Ramappa temple, was dedicated after Ramappa, the temple's prominent sculptor. It is one of the world's few temples named after its sculptor.
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