Two Indian Sites recognised as Geo-heritage Site

Recently, Pandavula Gutta in Telangana and Ramgarh Crater in Baran district of Rajasthan has been officially recognised as the Geo-heritage site

1. Pandavula Konda

  • It is a site of Paleolithic cave paintings in Jayashankar Bhupalpally district in Telangana.
  • It was first discovered in 1990 and is also called Pandavula Gutta or Regonda Mandal.
  • A series of hillocks running north to south known as Pandava Guhalu (Caves) or Pandava Guttalu (Hills).
  • These cave paintings offer a rare glimpse into the prehistoric man’s rock art identified on walls and ceilings of caves, rock shelters, and isolated boulders.
  • A few natural paintings on these rocks depict the ....
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