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2 out of 48 attractions in Aurangabad

Ellora Caves

Ellora Caves were created along an amount of about 600 years beween the 5th and the 11th centuries. They are today preserved as Artistic History monuments which keeps surprising people on the generations. These caves unlike the Ajanta were never discovered and are the exact same people that have been in historical days known as Verul Caves. The caves certainly are a several kilometeres northwards of Aurangabad and extend along 34 caves such as Buddhist Chaityas or shrines and Hindu and Jain Temples. The Earliest excavation that you will discover here is the Dhumar Lena in Cave 29. The absolute most attractive is however the large Kailasa Brow in Cave 16 which will be also known as the largest monolithic framework in the whole world. From the very historical days, the Ellora temples and caves have attracted tourists and devotees the exact same way as ever. Residing at Aurangabad Major is the best selection through your trip as typical Ellora Visits are structured from here.
Siva Ilankumaran
The cave Temples of Ellora, are the product of three religious systems-Buddhism, Brahmanism and Jainism containing elaborate carvings of gods, goddesses and remarkable memorials of the three great faiths they represent.
Ramadevi Reddy
In Ajanta Caves, we will be having Buddha Stupa's whereas Ellora has Lord Siva Stupa's.
Niyati Mavinkurve
3. Ellora Caves:Mhaismal is on the road to Ellora Caves, which makes this a place that has to be visited if you decide to visit Mhaismal. This site is a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is one of the largest rock cut temple complexes in the world with carvings dating 600-800 BC. The Ellora Caves complex houses different caves and temples, with distinct separation between Hindu carvings, Jain carvings, and Buddhist carvings. Several idols show damage which is said to have been caused by Muslim armies when the area was under the Sultanate.
MUhammed Unais P
Husein Haveliwala