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I visited this fort in the year 2011.It is about 2.5kms from Taj Mahal. One can easily make a trip to this fort after visiting Taj mahal. There are number of share autos which take us here from Taj mahal for just Rs.10/20 per head....More
Ajanta Caves no 26: This Cave is Chaityagriha it is the beautiful ‘stupa’ I ever seen we enter the Stupa and see the front of eyes figure of Buddha seated in the ‘pralamba-pada’ Mudra it is most popular cave it is similar to 19 no...More
This is one of the must see's in India. I know there is a lot of them but in my opinion,this is Buddhist Holy Ground. There is so much history here & the Buddhist artifacts is mind blowing. I spent 4 hours here but you...More
The Ajanta caves were an interesting day out about a 2.5 hour drive from Aurangabad one way. Good idea is starting at the viewpoint and walking down to the caves, it is possible to do the other way but would include a lot of steps...More
We were fortunate that there was a light drizzle when we went here. Because of this weather, we got to see verdant green hills and 3 waterfalls from above these caves. The river running along the horseshoe shape of this hill was in full flow,...More
A visit to the Ajanta Caves will leave you in awe of the skill of the artisans of the past. The work on the caves began in 2nd Century BC . The caves are man-made and the paintings and rock cut sculptures are beautiful. The...More
The Ajanta caves are an incredible place and some of the most beautiful ruins that I have ever visited. They are quite remote, so it was quite a trek to get there, however it was totally worth the 48 hour train! There are so many...More
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No clothing restrictions exist, but I am always mindful to dress with respect being female. Good footwear, remembering that you must remove you shoes before entering each cave, so sandles make it easier. You cant use a flash... More
No clothing restrictions exist, but I am always mindful to dress with respect being female. Good footwear, remembering that you must remove you shoes before entering each cave, so sandles make it easier. You cant use a flash inside the caves.A good hat is essential, and take water. It is very hot at times and quite a lot of walking. There is an excellent restaurant at the base of the caves and restrooms nearby.