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Ajanta & Ellora

Ajanta & Ellora, vary interesting and famous caves, cut out of rocks, artistic display of the yore by hands and the most exotic and ancient architectural heritage, is located in the hills near the city Aurangabad in Maharashtra.

There are 34 caves at Ellora and the 24 caves at Ajanta exploring the imaginary inspiration and the worlds at the geared for the tourists who wanted to enhance the glorious beauty lies there.

These caves were come into existence between the 2nd century BC and the 8th century AD, can say that more that 2000 year ago these marvelous and glorious caves and temple were architecture on the solid rock.

Ajanta is a village situated in the west central of India southwest of Amravati. The cave of Ajanta, exploring the story of Buddhism with Buddhist sculpture, glorious painting and rich architecture, was discovered in 1819, cut into the carved mountain side above the Waghora River. One can explore in the 29 caves of Ajanta the grand Buddhist monk, their rituals in the Chaityas and Viharas, fabulous historical seat of learning, cultural movement nerve centers of Buddhist.

The sculptures designed on the wall are just carved by a simple hammer and chisel that provides a glimpse of the ancient Buddhist ways of exploring ideas, living mythology and other various activities. Various grand and glorious masterpiece of the Buddhist art are preserved in the caves of Ajanta and these were discovered by the British army office in the 19th century.

It is obviously followed to explore the caves of Ajanta in the reverse numerical order to keep you out of the message of the peoples moving cave to cave.

Fast Facts
Location: Aurangabad in the state of Maharashtra
Hours: Tuesday to Sunday 9:00 am. - 5:30 pm.
Season: October to April
Tourist Attractions: Ajanta Cave Temples, Ellora Cave Temples

Ellora caves that are carved on the basaltic hills and 34 in numbers are 30 km. far apart form the Aurangabad in Maharashtra.

Exploring the best specimens for cave lying in the temple architecture and exquisitely adorned interiors, presenting the three main faiths of the religion lies in India as the Hinduism, Buddhism and the Jainism and these caves were carved during the 350 AD to 700 AD period.

One can explore total 34 caves there, from them 12 Buddhist caves near about between age 500-750 A.D., 17 Hindu caves near about between age 600 - 870 A.D., and 5 Jain caves near about between age 800 - 1000 A.D., The number of caves are numbered roughly chronologically, starting with the oldest Buddhist caves at the south end.

Nagpur
Nagpur, well known as the orange city, is a very popular tourist destination and important city of Maharashtra.

Zero mile of India is also situated in the Nagpur and it lies on the center of the country, all the distances are measured from here and Nagpur district is located in the Deccan Plateau.

Human existence around present day Nagpur city can be traced back 3000 years to 8th century BC. There are Bhandara on the east, Chandrapur on the south, Amravati and Wardha on the west and in the north shares the boundary with Madhya Pradesh to the Nagpur.

Nagpur was founded by the Gond King of Deogad and it was once served as the capital of the Bhosle rulers in the central India. Balaji Mandir of the Nagpur, situated on the Seminary Hills, is one of the most prime tourist destinations, devoted to Lord Balaji.

There are other tourist attraction are explored by the tourists there like as the Ambazati Lake - with a variety of popular games and specially amazing place due to its beauty and large size, Maharaj Baug and Zoo - another wonderful tourist attraction, converted now in the botanical garden with a zoo of some rare species of birds and animals, Sitabuldi Fort - a fascinating and fabulous example of the architecture constructed by a British officer in 1857, Sri Poddareshwar Ram Mandir - devoted to Lord Ram, constructed by the marble with the sandstone carving work etc.

Kaziranga
Kaziranga is associated with the title of a remarkable success story of conservation of the One Horned India Rhinoceros and other wild lives in the North East India.

Kaziranga is only the shelter of the one horned Rhinoceros and also provides shelter to other most fasinating wild lives in Asia. The prime tourist attraction of Kaziranga, lies in the north-eastern India, is the national park - UNESCO World Heritage Site of one horned Rhinoceros explored there. The area covered by the park is near about 470 sq. km. covered with full lush green trees and plain gardens.

Kaziranga is well connected with the Air to the nearest Airport Jorhat that is 84 km. far apart from there, by Road and by Rail with all the major cities of the India and the best time to visit there is between November to April.

 Two ways to explore the beauty of the Kaziranga is famous there as the Elephant safari and the Jeep safari. One can realize the natural beauty and explore his love towards the nature by watching some very rare wildlife there.

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