While some of you might have heard of the sites listed down here, there's a fair chance that you didn't know that these are actually listed as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. For someone who came in late, a World Heritage Site is selected and recognised by the United Nations on the basis of its "cultural, historical, scientific or any other form of significance". These sites are preserved and protected by UNESCO and international treaties.
There are 36 such sites in India, that include the usual suspects such as Taj Mahal, Qutab Minar, Humayun's Tomb, etc. But there are many more incredible sites that most of us aren't aware of. Hence, I'm listing down eight of the most surreal UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India you had absolutely no idea about: