Aurangabad, India

Ajanta Caves - Private Tour

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In a far-flung river valley, about 105 kilometre northeast of Aurangabad in Maharashtra, the ancient cave temples of Ajanta are carved into the steep rock face of a horseshoe-shaped gorge along the Waghur river.


Much older than the Ellora Caves, the chain of 30 rock-cut Buddhist cave monuments that form the Ajanta Cave network came up between 2nd century BC to the 6th century AD. Brilliant in their detailing, the Ajanta Caves are among the greatest surviving examples of ancient Indian cave art. A UNESCO World Heritage Site today, the caves fell to disuse s...

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