A volume encapsulating the rich cultural treasures of India inscribed on the UNESCO world heritage list is slated to be launched on Friday, officials said. The publication titled, Incredible Treasures, contains rich text illustrated with dazzling photographs, including archival images. UNESCO and Mapin publishing houses have joined hands for this volume which will be launch on Friday evening in an online event. India at present has 40 World heritage sites, both cultural and natural, including the Ramappa temple, a 13th century engineering marvel in Telangana, and ancient Dholavira site in Gujarat, both of which earned the coveted tag in July this year.
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