Fingers Crossed: Will Lepakshi temple be AP's first UNESCO heritage site?

This is one among the two entries from the Telugu states, including the Qutb Shahi monuments in and around Hyderabad.

By Dodla Megha  Published on  5 April 2022 3:35 PM GMT
Fingers Crossed: Will Lepakshi temple be APs first UNESCO heritage site?

Andhra Pradesh may soon have its first UNESCO heritage site – the Lepakshi temple. The 16th century-old Veerabhadra Swamy temple and the monolith bull in Lepakshi, Anantapur district, have been added to UNESCO's tentative list of world heritage sites in India for 2022. This is one among the two entries from the Telugu states, including the Qutb Shahi monuments in and around Hyderabad.

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