Dholavira, a 5000-year-old city of the Harappan period, is now a World Heritage Site

New Delhi. Dholavira, a 5000-year-old city of the Harappan period in Gujarat has now been included in the UNESCO heritage list. Dholavira is a popular place in Gujarat which is located in Khadir Bet area of ​​Kutch district. It was an ancient and huge city of the Indus Civilization. The oldest evidence of water management system has been found here. Three days ago, the Rudreshwar Ramappa temple of Telangana was included in the World Heritage List. Dholavira has become the 40th World Heritage Site in India.

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