The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) was established in 04 November 1946 and was recognised as a Specialized Agency of World Organisations in 14 December 1946.
As per the UNESCO World Heritage Convention held in 1972, according to this convention, the World Heritage Sites has been categorized into two parts, one is Cultural & Heritage and another is Natural. There are total 32 World Heritage Sites in India which are recognised by UNESCO.
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