traverses through the majestic architecture dating back to 2nd century B.C. Be astounded with a
getaway to Ajanta Caves
which continues to weave magic amongst the travel connoisseurs
visiting Ajanta caves
With over 25 caves carved out of Deccan plateau, Ajanta caves in Aurangabad is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The unprecedented masterpiece beholds rock cut sculptures and some breathtaking wall paintings. The usage of natural dyes and depiction of conventional poses, forms and gestures highlights the incomparable beauty of the paintings throughout the caves. Unearthing this ancient Indian art, one of the finest living symbol with a day tour from Mumbai is a lifetime opportunity for history buffs specifically. Numerous waterfall gush down to the river Waghur around the caves accounting for a pleasant surrounding encircling the caves. The extravagant rock cut Buddhist cave monuments preserves the sculptures of Buddhist deities chiseled with minutest of detailing worth an applaud. The friezes are very similar to those found at Elephanta Caves in Mumbai, Ellora Caves in Aurangabad and Sanchi in Bhopal; thereby they too make to the list of UNESCO heritage site. Visit to Ajanta along with Ellora Caves in the district of Aurangabad is an ecstatic moment to delve in to witness the rich history behind the spread of Buddhism across the continent.
Ajanta travel packages
Meticulously carved out, these caves of Ajanta surely lets one wonder the establishment of this illustrious beauty back in 2nd century B.C. The peculiarity in the detailing of its work is the reason behind the influx of thousands of visitors. Hidden under the umbrageous cover of Sahyadri Hills, the British Army unknowingly discovered the sculpted caves. Well-connected from across Maharashtra, with Aurangabad tour package one gets a chance to jaunt through the rock cut caves and seep deep in its breathtaking architecture. With ancient monasteries and worship halls for Buddhists, caves still behold the magic of serenity and makes for a tranquilizing place.