Hotel Harbour View

Address: Kerawalla Chambers, 3rd Floor, 25 PJ Ramchandani Marg, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, 400001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the South Mumbai area of Aurangabad, is near Ajanta Caves, Bibi Ka Maqbara, and The Thar Heritage Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Aurangabad


A travel blog entry by arianapemberton on Jan 07, 2015

We have now left Karnataka state and entered Maharashtra, the state that houses Mumbai (we are not going to Mumbai though). We are staying Aurangabad and have met up with a friend we met on who's been showing us around being a tour guide with his friends. Yesterday we went to the Bibi Ka Maqbara (Aka the Baby Taj). It's architecture is very similar to the Taj Mahal but it's a lot smaller but I enjoyed it. We ...

3.2 Ellora

A travel blog entry by sam.floy on Dec 19, 2014

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... the large temple to see some more on the outskirts and around the Buddhist sections, there with real-life monks, so it was good to see the temples being used as they were intended. These people too received enquiries from the curious schoolchildren.

Once we satisfied ourselves that we had seen all that we needed, we walked back to our driver (diverting past many hawkers) and got in the car to the next leg of the journey.


Faces in the local paper

A travel blog entry by coletteandkam on Nov 11, 2012

... He was so good to us and helped us with everything. (I talk about him more in an earlier entry which I am yet to upload). He arranged for us to go to a local college on Sunday and teach some farmer lads English.

After looking around Ellora Caves Shakers' driver picked us up in his huge white 4x4 BMW and drove us in to the countryside to a local college. The boys, or should I say men, as they were all the same age as us, ...

Ellora and Ajanta caves

A travel blog entry by leonya on Feb 11, 2012

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We began our journey to the south of India by flying to see the Ellora and Ajanta caves. These "caves" were entirely carved out of the mountains using chisels, creating enormous caves and temples with very elaborate sculptures inside. Originally they began to be built during the time when Buddhism was the local state religion, but later new temples were carved with Hindu religious themes. ...

Ancient cave temples

A travel blog entry by martandlog on Apr 15, 2011

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... high 30’s. The caves here are known more for their paintings than the carvings. They were created between 200BC and 600AD and much of the wall painting still exist. The reason they have been so well preserved is because they were only discovered in the mid 19th century (by a British officer hunting tigers in the region). As this was a government organised tour we had an official tour guide. The pace of the tour was very fast, the guide was shining his ...