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India is a famous tourist destination throughout world with its natural beauty and world class architectural marvels. From Mughal forts and palaces to British buildings, it has everything which you want to see. It is known and visited for caves also. Like Ajanta and Ellora caves India has many other caves also.
Visit The Enchanting Ajanta And Ellora Caves India is a famous tourist destination throughout world with its natural beauty and world class architectural marvels. From Mughal forts and palaces to British buildings, it has everything which you want to see. It is known and visited for caves also. Like Ajanta and Ellora caves India has many other caves also. Ajanta and Ellora Caves, Bagh Caves, Belum Caves, Edakkal Caves, Bhimbetka rock shelters, Kaviyoor, Krem Liat Prah, Borra Caves, Narthamalai, Robber's Cave, Barabar Caves are some other caves in the country. Ajanta Ellora caves tours happen to be some of the most exciting and inspirational india tour packages. The famous Ajanta and Ellora caves are located near the city of Aurangabad in Maharashtra. They have been cut out of rock. All the caves have been made by hand. They are amongst some of the most outstanding specimens of ancient Indian architectural heritage. There are 34 caves at Ellora and 29 caves at Ajanta. In 1819, while on a hunting expedition, John Smith, a British Army Officer, accidentally stumbled upon the caves. Till then they were remained unimportant for over a millennium. Ajanta has been designated as a World Heritage Site. It has to be preserved as an artistic legacy that will come to inspire and enrich the lives of generations to come. Ajanta caves have been made by simple tools like hammer and chisel. It was monks who carved out the impressive figures on the walls of these structures. Many of the caves house panels depict stories from the tales of the several incarnations of the Buddha, Jatakas. Caves are portrayed with images of nymphs and princesses amongst others. Some of the caves at Ellora have images from the Buddhist and Hindu faith. They are under the same roof. Hindu images are dedicated to Vishwakarma, the patron saint of Indian craftsmen. The Vishvakarma cave has a seated Buddha placed in the stupa. The two storied structure show a colourful carnival of dwarfs, dancing and making music. Package Tour to Aurangabad is a special tour to visit Ajanta and Ellora caves. For four days and three nights you will see Aurangabad. Ajanta and Ellora are in Aurangabad which was named after the Mughal emperor, Aurangzeb. This city of the World Heritage Sites is along the right bank of the Kham River. This tour offers visitors all the modern comforts and amenities. In the tour, you will have several luxury and budget hotels. Also during this shopping centres and banks are the place to visit. Three museums housing the art treasures of the region, the Sunheri Mahal Museum, the University Museum and the Chhatrapati Shivaji Museum can be visited. Ajanta and Ellora caves tour is another tour to visit the sites. In the duration of six days and five nights you will go through Mumbai and Aurangabad then back to Mumbai and tour will conclude. You will visit the heritage sites. With comfort and luxury facilities the visit will be a memorable one. There are many other tours in budget and luxury category. Plan a trip and take one of these tours. Visit Ajanta and Ellora caves and explore the craft of human ability. India is not only a place of diversity in culture but a basket of human architecture work along with natural beauty. Inhabited since its inception India is known for the art and craft of workers who build places like Ajanta and Ellora caves. Aalia Khan has deep interest in writing informative articles on Travel and tourism in India. Also given her words to a portal for India Tours where one can find info on India tour packages and Ajanta Ellora Caves Tour. Explore- http://www.indianluxurytours.com Word count= 574
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