|The Ajanta and Ellora Caves|Ajantaand Ellora Caves
Ajanta and Ellora caves are the
resplendent blend of Hindu, Buddhist and Jain religion .These amazing rock cut
caves located in the Aurangabad in Maharashtra
caves of Ajanta and Ellora are one of the magical
archaeological sites of India.
The Ajanta and Ellora both a have separate collection of
caves. There are around 34 caves at the Ellora, which get shaped between the 6th
and 11th centuries AD.Ellora is the perfect blend of three religions. Ajanta caves decorated
with the 29 groups of caves, which constructed between the 2nd
century BC and 6th century AD. It is also listed in UNESCO World
Heritage sites. Really these caves present wonderful ancient stories on the
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- Udayagiri and Khandagiri
Udayagiri and Khandagiri are the two hills near the Bhubaneswar.These two low hills embellished by the ancient monument-Udayagiri caves and Khandagiri caves. Udayagiri means “Sunrise Hills” and Khandagiri means “broken hills”. These caves were made during the
|Interior Of Kanheri Caves|
Kanheri Caves Varaha Cave,Mahabalipuram
The famous Varaha cave, which is the four complex caves, is situated in Mahabalipuram in Chennai. This cave presents the Pallava architecture of the late 7th century. The Varaha rock cuts listed in the UNESCO World Heritage. This rock cut is dedicated to the incarnation of Lord Vishnu”Varaha”. This cave listed to a UNESCO World Heritage site named "Group of Monuments at Mahabalipuram".
|Tabo Caves|Tabo Caves,Himanchal Pradesh
Tabo monastery or caves were established more than 1000 years ago, in 996 AD.Tabo caves situated in the Spiti valley on the high altitude of Himachal Pradesh. The pristine part of the Tabo monastery likes a fortress, made of clay and sand. It is a remote meditation
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|Edakkal Caves|Edakkal Caves.Kerala
Kerala is like a wonderland, which is blessed with amazing thing and architects..Ambukuthy Hills of Wayanand , Kerala dazzled by the Edakkal caves. “A stone in between” is the meaning of Edakkal caves. As per the name it looks that one large stone wedged in between two bigger ones to create a cave. About the formation of these caves local people believe that God Rama, shot an arrow pierced the mountain and created a deep slit there.
|Bagh Caves|Bagh Caves
Bagh caves are the miraculous monuments of the pristine Buddhist art and sculpture located in the remote southern slopes of the Vidhyanchal hill ranges in Madhya Pradesh. Bagh caves are the wonderful collection of nine splendorous rock cuts, which is famous for paintings. Due to the wonderful paintings on the rocks it also known as the “Rang Mahal”.
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