6 Indian Cities In Unesco Creative Cities Network

By Neha Yadav Published Nov 04 2023 Hindustan Times Lifestyle Photo Credits: Unsplash 6 Indian Cities In Unesco Creative Cities Network

55 New Cities From Across The World Have Been Added To The Unesco Creative Cities Network On World Cities Day Observed On November 2 2023. Video Credits: Pexels

Here Are Six Indian Cities That Feature In The List Of Unesco Creative Cities Network. Photo Credits: Unsplash

Gwalior Photo Credits: Unsplash

This Beautiful City In Madhya Pradesh Has Been Added To The List In The Creative Field Of Music. The Gwalior Gharana Music Is One Of The Widely Acclaimed Traditional Music In India. Photo Credits: Flickr/Natya Tarangini

Kozhikode Photo Credits: Unsplash

This City In Kerala Earned Its Place In The Creative Field Of Literature In Unesco'S List. Kozhikode Has More Than 500 Libraries And More Than 50 Publishers. It Also Hosts The Annual Kerala Literature Festival That Adds Creative Value To The City. Photo Credits: Instagram/Keralalitfest

Varanasi Photo Credits: Unsplash

Varanasi In Uttar Pradesh Registered Its Name In Unesco'S Creative Cities List In The Creative Field Of Music. Its Flagship Initiative Is To Develop The Sangeet Sankul Music School That Envisions To Keep The Guru-Shishya Musical Tradition Alive. Photo Credits: Flickr/Giegerwe

Srinagar Photo Credits: Unsplash

This Mesmerising Place In Jammu Has Been Recorded In The Creative Field Of Crafts And Folk Art. This Place Is Home To Unique Handicrafts And Handloom Products Created By Local Artisans. Photo Credits: Unsplash

Jaipur Photo Credits: Unsplash

Jaipur In Rajasthan Is Also Listed In The Field Of Crafts And Folk Arts. This Place Features The Vibrant Art And Craft Of Rajasthan Like Painting Carving And Jewellery Making. It Is Also Known For Showcasing Its Art At The Jaipur International Heritage Festival. Photo Credits: Flickr/Mangalika

Chennai Photo Credits: Flickr/Mangalika