Caves are superb. This will take your minimum 3 hours so please take care of your time. Paintings are awesome.
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Entry fee was INR 500 each; plus INR 25 for the video (but its not allowed to be used in all caves); plus INR 16 each, one way, for the non a/c shuttle bus. So it is a touch expensive. But. The caves are fascinating...More
These are the oldest caves with paintings of Buddha's jatak tales. Now these caves are nicely maintained by Govt of India. Earlier lot of damage has already been done to the caves. Paalkis and helpers are available for needy persons so that every body can...More
Timings 9.00 am to 5.30 pm Ticket: Indian and SARC/BIMSTEK Countires Rs 30, Foreigners 500 Children below 15 years gets a free entry to the monument Total Caves: 30 Shoes/footwares are not allowed inside : Cave no 1, 2, 9, 10, 16, 17, 19 &...More
Ajanta caves is in ruins. Hardly few paintings left that are visible. But even then, looking at those paintings give an idea as to how incredible these paintings are.
The ajanta caves near Aurangabad were first mentioned in the writings of Chinese pilgrim Huen Tsang who visied India between A.D 629 and 645.Both caves have been declared as World herritage sight by UNESCO
Ajanta caves are a total of 27 caves, adjacent to each other in horse-shoe shape, excavated as far back as 2200 years ago. Distance from Aurangabad - 100 kms. This is one of first sites from India to become one of the World's Heritage sites....More
A must visit, ajanta has a lot to offer for history buffs, you ll see budhist Jain and Hindu temples with intricate structures and it just talks to you about how ancient Indians lived
Every cave has different Buddha Idol, different Torana carvings & World famous Wall paintings. No doubt it is a world haritage site.