A S Club

Address: 6 K.M. Stone, Nagar Road, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, 431133, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 6 K.M. Stone, Nagar Road, Aurangabad, is near Ajanta Caves, Bibi Ka Maqbara, and The Thar Heritage Museum.
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      3. Aurangabad

      A travel blog entry by sam.floy on Dec 17, 2014

      8 photos

      ... the morning, I had a lesson in Indian intonation. Here is a conversation that actually took place between Soorej and the driver:

      "You take breakfast?"
      "You take breakfast?"

      The different pitch of sing-song seems to have indicated "have you had" and "would you like", though I can only guess. Either way, 5 mins later I was sat down with a dosa (big crispy pancake) eating breakfast.

      It was then on the road for realz ...

      India - Elllora & Ajanta Caves

      A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Feb 09, 2014

      73 photos

      ... hall. There are many sculptural panels which illustrate a wide range of mythological subjects (e.g. Shiva killing Andhaka, Shiva and Parvati playing dice, the marriage of Shiva and Parvati, Ravana shaking Mount Kailash, Shiva with Parvati receiving Ganga in his hair, Ganesh, Krishna, Vishnu on the serpent, Vishnu on Garuda).

      • Cave 14 (Hindu). Known as Ravana ki khai, it is single storied. River goddesses and guardians stand at the doorway while figurative panels ...

      History Abounds in these caves

      A travel blog entry by ktthomas on Jan 24, 2014

      63 photos

      ... buildings, apparently representing a number of distinct "monasteries" or colleges. The caves are numbered 1 to 28 according to their place along the path, beginning at the entrance. Several are unfinished and some barely begun and others are small shrines, included in the traditional numbering.
      The caves form the largest corpus of early Indian wall-painting; other survivals from the area of modern India are very few, though they are related to ...

      Budists and Hindus and Jains (Oh My!)

      A travel blog entry by steverino on Oct 12, 2013

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... it. Within a few years an acute water shortage resulted in a return march back to Delhi and abandonment of this fantastic, if a bit dry, location.

      One of the most interesting elements of the fortress is a moat created by shearing away the rock hillside to create one very tall vertical side to the moat, and using the material thus removed to build the other side.


      Ellora - Ajanta

      A travel blog entry by julie_sam42 on Jan 11, 2013

      1 comment, 23 photos

      ... qu’on ne serait pas autorisé à entrer dans le pays. C’était dur à encaisser puisqu’on avait mis tellement de temps, d’effort et d’argent dans les démarches de visas. Ils nous ont proposés de rembourser nos visas et rajoutés qu’ils nous avaient contactés car ils nous aimaient bien et ne voulaient pas qu’on gaspille notre temps. Nous avons tout de même décidé de prendre le risque (si on ne rentrait pas, ils nous mettrons sur un ...