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“Jazz: The Music of Freedom, Human Rights and Liberation”, According to UNESCO

Terming Jazz "the music of freedom, human rights and liberation", UNESCO Director-General Audrey Azoulay has given a call to turn to jazz now more...

COVID-19 Crisis Affects Cultural Industry Negatively: UNESCO

BY SIDDHI JAIN The COVID-19 crisis is hitting the culture sector hard, says UNESCO, which has launched initiatives to support cultural industries and cultural heritage...

Gallery Dedicated for Disabled Indian Artists gets Inaugurated at UNESCO House

As part of an inclusive initiative, a temporary art gallery titled 'Not Just Art', dedicated to Indian artists with disabilities, was inaugurated by union...

China’s Migratory Bird Sanctuaries Inscribe to Unesco World Heritage List As a Natural Site

China's Migratory Bird Sanctuaries along the coast of the Yellow Sea-Bohai Gulf were inscribed on the World Heritage List as a natural site on...

Claiming Bias, U.S.A. And Israel Pull Out Of UNESCO

 The United States and Israel officially quit of the U.N.'s educational, scientific and cultural agency at the stroke of midnight, the culmination of a...

Galapagos, Ecuador Celebrates 40 Years As A World Heritage Site

The Ecuadorian Galapagos Islands celebrated 40 years of the declaration of the archipelago as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Ecuador President Lenin Moreno, tweeted on Saturday: "We celebrate one...

10 Indian Sites That Got UNESCO World Heritage Tag

— By Sonali Pimputkar  Mumbai’s rich bunch of Victorian and Art Deco buildings in the Fort and Marine Drive precinct on Saturday, June 30, got the...

Sonakshi Joins Forces With UNESCO To Promote Safe Cyber Environment

Bollywood actress Sonakshi Sinha has joined forces with Unesco to promote a safe and secure cyber environment for youngsters to ensure they are not...

Four South Korean Temples Recommended for Unesco List

Four South Korean Buddhist temples were recommended for addition to the Unesco World Heritage list, the Cultural Heritage Administration (CHA) said here. South Korea submitted...

Australia to invest AU$500 in Great Barrier Reef

Australia will invest AU$500 million ($379 million) to protect the Great Barrier Reef, a minister said on Sunday. The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority will receive an additional AU$10 million each year...

70 years after Independence power reaches Elephanta Isle near Mumbai

* Elephanta Caves is a UNESCO World Heritage site * An unseasonal 'Diwali' has suddenly been ushered on the island * The official is hopeful that now, the Islanders...

Rani Ki Vav: A Mesmerising Stepwell Built In The Memory Of A King By His Queen

By Ruchika Verma  Rav Ki Rani in Gujarat is one of the biggest stepwells in India It is famous for its size and beautiful...

Astounding Facts Related To The Holy Kumbh Mela

Kumbh Mela is a mass Hindu pilgrimage of faith in which Hindus gather to bathe in a sacred or holy river As per...

Facts about Indian Railways you can’t miss

India proudly boasts of world's largest railway network. Not only that, but the India railways itself can boast as the biggest employer in India. Railways...

Give a Visit and Witness the Beauteous Glory of Mumbai’s Clock Towers

Mumbai, November 14: They are not-so-mute witnesses to history, clanging away at intervals of 15 minutes, as if asking us all to grab the...

Ex-French Culture Minister Audrey Azoulay Elected to Head UNESCO

United Nations, October 14: A day after the US and Israel announced they were withdrawing from the Unesco alleging anti-Israel bias in the organization, it...

National Book Trust (NBT) Chairman: Nurturing Creativity and Innovation in Children at an Early Age are Much Needed

Education should work in the direction of expanding the horizon of knowledge children There is a need to shift educational learning for school...

Ancient Caves, Ice Age Art and Bauhaus buildings in Germany to be considered for World Heritage Site by UNESCO

Caves in Baden-Wuerttemberg, the oldest piece of art by humans Archaeologists discovered ancient musical instruments, flutes made from mammoth-ivory, water bird figure Bauhaus...

Prasat Preah Vihear: Here is Why this Temple Offers Peace amid Disputes in Cambodia!

Cambodia, July 10, 2017: Prasat Preah Vihear is an ancient Hindu temple that stands in its full glory on the top of a cliff in the Dangrek mountain range in...

Ancient Cliff Dwellings built of Sandstone and Mud Mortar Draw Modern Crowds

Mesa Verde National Park in the southwestern part of the state, protects nearly 5,000 known archeological sites, including 600 cliff dwellings built of...

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How Cruel Can Humans be Towards Animals?

By Muskan Bhatnagar The world is said to be home to 8.7 million animal species including 6.5 million species on land and 2.2 million in...

Which Gemstones to Wear According to Your Rashi?

Gemstones which are also known as a Ratnas, are believed to possess powers that may influence one’s life. They can be worn as a...

Hindu Teachings link Environmental Conservation to Spirituality

Ether, air, fire, water, earth, planets, all creatures, directions, trees and plants, rivers, and seas, they all are organs of God’s body. Remembering this,...

Childhood Trauma May Affect Motherhood Timing: Study

Women who have experienced childhood trauma become mothers earlier than those with a more stable childhood environment, according to a new study. The findings, published...