Santiniketan, the city in West Bengal, was included within the UNESCO World Heritage record throughout the forty fifth Session of the World Heritage Committee in Saudi Arabia on Sunday, mentioned UNESCO in a social media publish on “X”.
“BREAKING! New inscription on the @UNESCO #WorldHeritage Record: Santiniketan, #India. Congratulations!” the UNESCO wrote on X (formally Twitter) on Sunday.
Established in 1901 by poet and thinker Tagore, Santiniketan was a residential college and centre for artwork primarily based on historical Indian traditions and a imaginative and prescient of the unity of humanity transcending non secular and cultural boundaries.
A ‘world college’ was established at Santiniketan in 1921, recognising the unity of humanity or “Visva Bharati”.
Distinct from the prevailing British colonial architectural orientations of the early twentieth century and of European modernism, Santiniketan represents approaches towards pan-Asian modernity, drawing on historical, medieval and folks traditions from throughout the area.
India had been striving for a protracted to get a UNESCO tag for this cultural web site positioned within the Birbhum district.
Union Minister for Tradition and Tourism G Kishan Reddy on Tuesday knowledgeable that the Shantiniketan in West Bengal’s Birbhum district has been beneficial for inclusion within the UNESCO World Heritage record by The Worldwide Council on Monuments and Websites (ICOMOS).
On this regard, he took to Twitter and mentioned, “Nice information for India on the Jayanti of Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore Santiniketan, West Bengal has been beneficial for inscription to the World Heritage Record by ICOMOS, the advisory physique to UNESCO World Heritage Centre”.
Shantiniketan is a city within the Birbhum district of West Bengal. Visva Bharati College lies in Shantiniketan. The place now attracts hundreds of tourists every year.
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First Printed: Sep 17 2023 | 8:37 PM IST