India's Nomination for World Heritage
India's proposal for inclusion in the UNESCO World Heritage List for the 2024–25 cycle is called "Maratha Military Landscapes," and it represents the remarkable military system and fortification that the Maratha monarchs envisioned, the Culture Ministry announced on January 29.
Salher fort, Shivneri fort, Lohgad, Khanderi fort, Raigad, Rajgad, Pratapgad, Suvarnadurg, Panhala fort, Vijay durg, and Sindhudurg in Maharashtra, and Gingee fort in Tamil Nadu are the twelve constituents of this nomination, according to a statement.
According to ministry officials, these twelve elements showcase the strategic military prowess of the Maratha dynasty's reign over ancient India and are dispersed throughout a variety of physiographic and geographical locations.
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