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And it worked on me.
Without a torch I was somewhat lost in the dark between some precarious slabs of rock. Thankfully I was guided by the upcoming wails of schoolchildren, and emerged into daylight.
By this point it was gone 1pm, and with only a light breakfast and plenty of sunny walking, both of us began to wane slightly. In a moment of weakness (/rationality), Soorej called his friend to check whether the rest of the ascent was worth it.
... point of view it might be better to visit Cave 16 in the afternoon because of the light. In the morning the sun hangs right above the temple.
Since neither of us really enjoys seeing sculptures and Ellora Caves are mainly about sculptures we decided not to visit all the caves and skip some of them. After seeing 3 or 4 we got the feeling that all of them are exactly the same. Of course, there are significant differences in decorations between the caves ...
... on the train, as he said it is drugged. (He said he had a case about this.) All in all, a bit of an oddball. He offered to meet us in East London in South Africa, which we also declined.
Anyway, our overnight train to Mumbai was a bit rough and ready. We initially seated ourselves in someone else's first class cabin, and were disappointed to be shooed away to the other end of the train, to a less glamorous open carriage. Mr H kindly took the top bunk, to avoid me ...
... monasteries, 13 through 29 are Hindu temples, and 30 to 34 are Jain temples.
The Ellora Caves are Superior to the Ajanta Caves (in our humble opinions)
I liked the caves at Ellora much more than the Ajanta caves we visited the day before. First the statues are more varied and well done. The Ellora shrines, temples and monasteries are bigger! More of the Ellora ...
Tandis qu'on attendait l’obtention de nos visas, on a décidé de visiter les grottes très connues d’Ellora et d’Ajanta pour passer le temps. Nous avons pris un bus de nuit jusqu’à Aurangabad, qui est situé à proximité des 2 sites. On a commencé avec Ellora, qui compte 34 grottes, la plupart Hindous ou Bouddhistes mais aussi quelques-unes Jains. Elles servaient de monastères, de temples ou de chapelles et ont été creusées sur une période ...