World Heritage Day
Updated: Apr 28, 2021
World Heritage Day is celebrated on 18th April. It tells the importance of ancient historical buildings and their reservations across the globe.There are various monuments built in the historical period. For the protection of their infrastructure, World Heritage Day is celebrated.
On this day, there are a number of different events that happened all over the world. This includes a wide range of activities,conferences and visits to heritage sites and monuments for those who are unaware. A heritage site is basically a place that is of cultural significance. It preserves The legacy of intelligible attributes and physical artifacts of a society or a group that is inherited from previous generation.
There are truly some incredible heritage sites and monuments around the world. This includes the nubian mountains- Egypt, Kathmandu valley- Nepal,machu Picchu- Peru,Great barrier reef- Australia, Yellowstone national park-USA.
Rani Ki Vav
Rani ki vav was constructed during the rule of the Chalukya dynasty.It is located on the bank of Saraswati river.Udaymati built this stepwell at Patan. Rani ki vav is declared the monument of national importance and protected by the ASI.It was added to the list of UNESCO'S world heritage sites on 22 June 2014.It was named India's "cleanest iconic place"at the 2016 Indian sanitation conference.
Nawab's palace in Sachin
First ruler Abdul Karim Mohammad yakut Khan 1st (1791 - 1802)
A notable place during the common Era where modern/Africans and Indians co-ernest was in the princely state of sachin, india. Sachin state was established on 6 june 1791 with majority of hindu population. The state had its own currency,cavalry and stamp paper. Before it came under the British rule.it was under the protection of Maratha peshwa. In 1829, the state become bankrupt and was brought under British control.
Nawab sidi Ibrahim Mohammad yakut Khan 3rd, The last ruler of sachin state signed the agreement to join Indian union on 8th March 1948 and state become part of surat district in Bombay prince.
We at Gajera Vidyabhavan, Sachin celebrated this day by showing the videos of Rani ki vav and Sachin fort. The educators also explained their historical importance to our tinny tots. All the children enjoyed it very well. Students also shared the experience with teachers.