Live the Experience of Buddhism through Ajanta Ellora Caves
India is an amazing land of history, cultures and values. Dating back to the past, caves in India represents the architectural background and their masterpieces. The architectural beauty of our country continues to be alive due to these unique caves. Ajanta and Ellora are the wonderful caves that take the pride in enlivening India’s historical heritage. These aesthetic caves are famous all throughout the world for their cave shrine which has been dedicatedly cut from rock by hand.
These two mind blowing caves are nestled amidst the Sahyadri hills in the Aurangzeb city of Maharashtra. Heritage lovers from all over the world come to explore these fascinating caves. Inspired by the faiths of Buddhism, Jainism and Hinduism, most of the work at the caves reminds us about the teachings of Lord Buddha. The bestowing beauties of many sculptures and paintings are simply and outstanding.
Ajanta and Ellora Cave Tour takes us to the journey of historical past. Altogether we can say that these two excellent caves hold a special recognition in the world.
Ajanta Caves holds a special position among the tourists. Ajanta is endowed with 29 caves with good collection of paintings and sculptures. Your eyes will be glazed to see the numerous Viharas and Chaityas which reveals the importance of Buddhist study. The sculptures of Ajanta are a representation of the marvelous craftsmanship of our ancestors. Some of the paintings at the cave are not only inspired by the Greek and Roman Style by one can also find an enigma of Chinese style in it. However, the depiction of Indian style is the most unique one.
Ellora caves also hold a equal significance. It is located approximately 30 kms from Aurangzeb. These caves houses some of the treasured structures which are really awe inspiring. Altogether there are 30 caves in Ellora devoted to three major religions namely Buddhist, Jain and Hindu. Conveying the teachings of Lord Buddha, the caves tell us about the glorious history.
The presence of these marvelous caves nurtures the religious harmony prevailing in the Indian society.