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India to assume G20 presidency from today; 100 monuments to be illuminated

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The monuments include Qutub Minar and Purana Qila in Delhi, Fort Vellore in Tamil Nadu and the Golconda Fort in Hyderabad. The Jageshwar temple in Uttarakhand, Hazarduari palace in Murshidabad in West Bengal and Ancient Palace, Leh are also part of the list.
Published 2 months ago · India

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India's G20 presidency set to start from today, 100 monuments to be illuminated

On the occasion, 100 monuments including UNESCO world heritage sites bearing the G-20 logo will be illuminated for seven days from December 1 to 7 including Srinagar's Shankaracharya temple to Delhi's Red Fort to Thanjavur's Great living Chola temple.

2 months ago·Mumbai, India
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As India Assumes G20 Presidency Today, 100 ASI Sites to Be Lit Up; US Looking Forward to Support New Delhi

India’s G20 presidency begins on Thursday with a focus on unity within a disparate groups. 100 ASI sites will be lit up for a week and bear the G20 logo starting December 1. US said it is looking forward to support India's presidency next year.

2 months ago·India
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100 monuments to be lit for a week as India assumes G20 presidency

The monuments include Qutub Minar and Purana Qila in Delhi, Fort Vellore in Tamil Nadu and the Golconda Fort in Hyderabad

2 months ago·India
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As India assumes G20 presidency today, 100 ASI sites to be lit up till Dec 7

There are a total of 40 cultural and natural sites in total in India which have the status of UNESCO World Heritage Site, while the rest of the sites are under the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI).

2 months ago·New Delhi, India
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India to assume G20 presidency from today; 100 monuments to be illuminated

India is set to assume the presidency of the G-20 grouping, the premier forum for international economic cooperation, on Thursday

2 months ago·India
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As India Assumes G20 Presidency, 100 Iconic Monuments To Be Illuminated From December 1-7

Hundreds of centrally protected monuments across the country, including United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) world heritage sites, will be lit up for a week and feature the G20 logo beginning December 1, when India takes over the influential group's presidency, news agency PTI reported on Wednesday citing some official sources. These 100 sites include Humayun's Tomb and Purana Quila in Delhi, Modhera Sun Temp…

2 months ago·India
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