Quality Inn Vedant

Station Road, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Aurangabad

India - Elllora & Ajanta Caves

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo


... quite a big jeep but very old. We thought it could fall apart with any pothole. Plus, we were unbelievable squeezed inside. Just in the front it was 4 adults, 1 baby and our driver. I was sitting next to the left window and half of my body was literally overflowing out of the vehicle. We believe that 8 people (plus driver) could be comfortably travelling in that car. We were more than 20! It reminded us of Africa :)

After we arrived in our hotel we wanted to meet with ...


A travel blog entry by tbs1298

... to go all out Indian style and just walk around the back of a building to pee. I'll spare the details but it was a successful voyage. While we were at this rest stop we all noticed some cute foreign boys. Of course Alex was the first to walk right on over and introduce himself. They were from Australia and we stayed to tlak to them as long as we could. They were headed to Ajanta as well. When we got to Ajanta we then had to catch a bus inside the gates to take us a ways up the ...

Ellora - Ajanta

A travel blog entry by julie_sam42


... to Aurangabad, which is a good base for visiting the 2 sites. We started with Ellora, which has 34 caves, mostly Hindu or Buddhist but a few Jain as well. The various caves were monasteries, temples or chapels and were carved over a 500 year period, around 600 to 1000 AD. The main attraction is the stunning Kailasa temple, the World’s largest monolithic sculpture which took 7000 workers 150 years to complete. It’s hard to believe it’s actually carved out ...

All Caved Out

A travel blog entry by dreamingawake


... wandering around the main cave, admiring the many carvings of Shiva and Parvati, Sarah, Hannah, Tony, Margo and I walked down to cave 1 and started to walk back. These first ones were the Buddhist caves and had many monasteries carved out of the stone. There were huge dining halls, kitchens and small living spaces for the monks who used to dwell there. We explored down to the rest of the Hindu caves as well but the Jain caves were blocked off because of fallen rocks, ...


A travel blog entry by gdh789


... the walled village of Khuldabad, a busy, dusty place with strong religious connections including the tomb of the Emperor Aurangzeb where a blind young man asked our names and where we were from, before reciting in stilted English the story of the tomb. Martin's wife, Sue, is a great weaver and we asked to visit a shop and mill where various purchases were made. For our final stop Azeem took us to the Bibi ka Maqbara, an imitation of ...


This hotel, located on Station Road, Aurangabad, is near Ajanta Caves, Bibi Ka Maqbara, and The Thar Heritage Museum.
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