World Cultural Heritage Sites of India is inscribed by “The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). The first sites to be inscribed were Ajanta Caves, Ellora Caves, Agra Fort, and Taj Mahal, of which all were inscribed in the 1983 session of the World Heritage Committee. The latest site to be inscribed is Dholavira, Gujarat in 2021. As per the latest data of July 2021, 19 states and UTs of India are the home of the World Heritage Sites and a part of incredible India. The Highest number of sites are present in Maharashtra. in this post, I have mentioned some important world heritage sites, their founder and the states/UTs where they are present. This post is the next part of the “Art and Culture Notes” important for most of the Government Exams.