One of the temples in our state is getting a UNESCO World Heritage Site tag and it's awesome. Built in 1213 AD Kakatiya empire, Ramappa Temple in Palampet has come under UNESCO's radar. According to inspection, it took approximately 40 years for this architecture marvel to be built. Fascinating, right? The intricate carving of a flute on the stone at the entrance sounds like an actual flute when touched; the bricks used for construction float on water, and the pillars that hold up this structure depict the four epics — if you've not heard of this wonder, make plans and check it out now.
A group of officials are going to visit the temple on 25th September to inspect it for the tag.
This story was first reported on The Hindu. Read the full report here.