To mark the celebration of the World Heritage Day on 18 April, 2014, a Heritage Walk has been organized jointly by Indian National Trust for Art & Cultural Heritage (INTACH, Jaipur Chapter), Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II Museum Trust (City Palace) and Jaipur Virasat Foundation.
The heritage walk will be going through Film Colony, Thatheron ka Rasta, Natanion ka Rasta, Maniharon ka Rasta and ending at City Palace, Jaipur followed by the get together and function at the City Palace premises.
If you also wish to pay respect to this occasion and celebrate the magnificence of our heritage monuments and sites, then go visit a heritage monument or site in your town.
Here we are sharing with you a list of heritage sites in Rajasthan which not only are the heritage sites but are also honored with the UNESCO’s World Heritage Site’s title last year.
Amer Fort, Jaipur
Within the State of Rajasthan, six extensive and majestic hill forts together reflect the elaborate, fortified seats of power of Rajput princely states that flourished between the 8th and 18th centuries and their relative political independence. The extensive fortifications up to 20 kilometres in circumference optimized various kinds of hilly terrain, specifically the river at Gagron, the dense forests at Ranthambore, and the desert at Jaisalmer, and exhibit important phase of development of an architectural typology based on established “traditional Indian principles”.
Go visit the magnanimous heritage sites on World Heritage Day which is also followed by a weekend to make your plans even bigger!!