Jodhpursa temple, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, has been identified as a site of major importance for cultural heritage conservation and cultural heritage protection in India.
The site was listed as a World Heritage site by UNESCO and a World Cultural Heritage Site by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
The site is also a world heritage site by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN) which is a United Nations agency responsible for the protection and conservation of natural and cultural resources.
This site has also been designated as a world-leading biodiversity hotspot by the Global Biodiversity Fund.
Jodhpur Temple is the largest and most important ancient temple in Jodhapur region of the state of Jharkhand and is known as Jodhyaswara Temple.
Johari temple, located on the banks of the Ganga, is the third-largest temple in the world and the second oldest one.
Its construction dates back to about 4,500 years ago.
The temple has been constructed by the Brahmin population of Jodhwara in Jharpur district of Jammu and Kashmir.
The temple has five gates, which are called jadars.
It is situated at a height of around 5,500 metres and has a total length of 7,500 metre.
It is one of the largest stone buildings of the region.
Its structure is decorated with various decorations, including a large square, a rectangular pillar, a round dome, and a circular gate.
The Jodhya Temple is a very important site for conservation and conservation, with a lot of people visiting the site, including the government.
The location of Jodi temple in Kolar district, near the state capital, New Delhi, has become a tourist attraction.
In 2015, UNESCO listed Jodi Temple as one of 14 world heritage sites under the “Top 100 sites of World Heritage”.
Jodiyaswada temple, the largest temple in India, was also listed in the “100 Greatest Temples of India” by the World Heritage Committee in 2010.
The Temple was one of six temples built in the city of Jorhat by the Jodi Dynasty (1434-1530 BCE), which was also known as the Jodhi Dynasty.