Jaipur In UNESCO World Heritage Site

Jaipur City Included In UNESCO World Heritage Site

In one more landmark accomplishment, India’s nomination of the Jaipur town, Rajasthan got inscribed on the World Heritage List of UNESCO throughout the 43rd Session of the World Heritage Committee held at the capital of Azerbaijan, Azerbaijan. The nomination of Jaipur town has with success been done by complying with the various UNESCO guidelines of 2017. With winning inscription of Jaipur town, India has thirty-eight world heritage sites, that include thirty Cultural properties, seven Natural properties, and one mixed site.

India’s nomination was initially recommended by the ICOMOS (advisory body of World Heritage (WH) Centre for cultural sites) as Deferral, however the 21 nation World Heritage Committee debated it and after discussion determined to inscribe it on the world Heritage list.

Union Minister for Culture (IC) Prahlad Singh Patel expressed his happiness for the inclusion of Pink town Jaipur in world heritage list and congratulated folks of Jaipur for this prestigious tag. The Minister thanked the global community for recognizing the historic and cultural importance of Jaipur.

The excerpts of the projected statement of the Outstanding Universal price (OUV) before the planet Heritage Committee was given by India as follows:

The countries that supported India’s nomination are as follows: Brazil, Bahrain, Cuba, Indonesia, Azerbaijan, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Zimbabwe, China, Guatemala, Uganda, Tunisia, Burkina Faso, bosnia and Herzegovina, Angola, St. Kitts and Nevis. Australia and Norway initially proposed referral however after the debate, they united for Inscription of Jaipur town.

With this, India currently has thirty-eight World Heritage Sites, that embrace thirty Cultural properties, seven Natural properties, and one mixed web site.

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