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The caves are just magnificent and its so hard to imagine these were carved out of mountains centuries ago. There are about 34 caves and its extremely difficult to cover all of them, as they are spread across more than 2kms end to end. Do...More
The Ellora caves certainly deserve to be designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The caves are much closer to Aurangabad than the Ajanta Caves . The Ellora caves are very interesting and a good guide can point out the note-worthy ones such as one with...More
It is just amazing and totally unbelievable how the entire mountain has been cut to make the entire temple complex out of a single rock. Imagine an entire temple complex without any joint cut out of a single mountain rock.
This was just amazing and you have to see it to appreciate it. Will be recommending to everyone.
The temples carved into the rock are a feat I cannot imagine being done all that time ago. What a treasure.
I don't think there is such word to explain the scenic beauty along with historical values! Am still wondering how the ancient people did manage to cut the entire mountain for building such a wonder with precision!
No words can describe the grandeur of Ellora caves and no camera can capture its gigantic scale. Cutting a massive building out of single rock, top to bottom, that form these mountains in stone ages was impossible because even today such technology doesn't exist in...More
This was our first time visit and it's a mesmerizing experience. This place is a marvel of rock cut architecture. There are total 34 caves. You can never visit all caves on one go, so I suggest visiting only the major caves at first and...More
Al the caves need not be visited.If one does a little homework one can identify which caves one must visit and which ones can be missed. The trinket sellers can give you this sort of information as well! Try and avoid going on a Sunday...More
photography in Ajanta And Ellora is unrestricted except for use of a flashlight in Caves with paintings. As the illumination is already done by LED lights there is no need for flash and we do get better photos without... More
photography in Ajanta And Ellora is unrestricted except for use of a flashlight in Caves with paintings. As the illumination is already done by LED lights there is no need for flash and we do get better photos without flashlight use. Even mobile phones there is an option to switch off the flash as when necessary
Response from LEKHASREE22 | Reviewed this property |
We paid ₹700, only for the main cave which is called Kailash cave. Always go for the licensed guides, they will be available near the ticket counter. Mr. Ali was the guide for us, he is a very nice gentleman.