Located in the Aurangabad district of Maharashtra, the Ajanta Ellora Caves are among the World Heritage Sites declared by UNESCO. The 30 rock-cut Buddhist cave monuments collectively form the Ajanta Caves. These were discovered back in AD 1819 by some British Army officers. Religious influence of Buddha and the Jatakas can be seen in the paintings of the Ajanta.
The Ajanta Ellora tour takes one back to the 2000-years-old history of India. The historic cave monuments in Ajanta have been successful in preserving the ancient times of the country. There are shrines in these caves in form of monasteries and worship-halls which are completely dedicated to different Buddhist traditions.
People from all over the world visit here to have a closer look of India’s past and pay homage to Lord Buddha.
Ajanta Caves are counted among the finest examples of Buddhist architecture. This can be witnessed through all the paintings and sculptures of the caves. Each and every piece of rock used in these caves is enough to bring forth the entire life of Lord Buddha.
If you are also a history lover and want to discover something beyond the forts and places, then wait no further. Choose from a wide range of Ajanta Ellora tour packages offered by IHPL and get ready for a memorable tour. Plan a trip to these caves and you will return updated with lots of information about the historical legacy of India.