Raviraj Hotel

Dr. Rajendra Prasad Marg, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, 431001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Dr. Rajendra Prasad Marg, Aurangabad, is near Ajanta Caves, Bibi Ka Maqbara, and The Thar Heritage Museum.
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    A travel blog entry by tbs1298 on Feb 08, 2014

    ... waiting for people at the meeting spot. This time it was Sam, Mora, and Katie G.

    When we were finally able to go we had one more stop before heading back to the hotel. I was looking forward to going back to the hotel to relax before heading back out. We stopped at a tomb that almost perfectly resembled the Taj Mahal. The major difference was that this was much less crowded. Literally there were so many similarities. They looked the same both ...


    A travel blog entry by ourmaninkome on Jan 19, 2014

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    ... a while to gather my wits and having enough of their harassment I just got up and started walking until one driver pulled by with a,quoted fare that seemed reasonable. Onto next bus to Aurangabad which is supposed to be a good base for the visit of Ellora and Ajanta caves. Aurangabad is bleak and desolate to say the lease, at least from a traveler's point of view. On the day after my arrival I rented a rickshaw to drive me to Ellora and back and went to visit the caves where ...


    A travel blog entry by amlwortley on Nov 27, 2013

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    Arrived early in the morning but then had a 5 hour drive to actually get into aurangabad. En route we visited the Ajanta Buddhism caves a world heritage site. The caves are amazing! Built as long ago as the 2nd century B.C! The Buddhists don't believe in killing animals and way back when, all instruments used leather. So instead, so,e of the cave room temple things had special pillars where they used a different stone in the centre which when bashed with ...

    The Real India

    A travel blog entry by dont_pannik on Aug 04, 2013

    ... tuktuks, motorbikes, walkers carrying things on their heads, ploughs being pulled by cattle, big, decorated lorries and anything else that could move or could be moved. This, I felt, was the real India. This is more what I had expected, had been looking for and had not yet seen.

    The scenery was a mixture of woodland and farmland - mostly growing corn on the cob. This made me think - was all this really going to be eaten by Indians or were we in ...

    Naked and Holy?

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Jan 23, 2013

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    ... large temple carved from the single piece of bedrock. Its size alone is what made it impressive. Dave popped into one of the Buddhist caves where the guard showed him around and took him to the murals that can still be seen over a thousand years later. He also went alone to the massive Buddhist assembly hall which must be a great place to chant. We could only imagine the incredible chanting ...