Taj Residency

Address: 8-N-12, CIDCO, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, 431003, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 8-N-12, CIDCO, Aurangabad, is near Ajanta Caves, Bibi Ka Maqbara, and The Thar Heritage Museum.
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    And now for something completely different

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Dec 02, 2013

    7 photos

    ... hewn after the ones at Ajanta and cover three religious eras: Buddhist (AD 600-800), Hindu (AD 600-900) and Jain (AD 800-1000). The caves are carved into a 2km long limestone escarpment meaning that the sculptors were able to add depth to their creation.

    The biggest and best is the Kailasa Temple, hewn vertically from the rock over a 160 year period. They started at the top and carved their way downwards. It's estimated that the builders needed to shift 200,000 ...

    Ellora - Ajanta

    A travel blog entry by julie_sam42 on Jan 11, 2013

    1 comment, 23 photos

    ... sculptures, Ajanta a beaucoup de peintures (apparemment tempera) et de statues de bouddhas, et connaissant leur âge, ils sont plutôt en bon état, puisque les grottes n’ont été redécouvertes qu’au 19ème siècle. Les grottes sont différentes de celles d’Ellora et les 2 valent le coup d’être visitées.

    De retour à Mumbai, on est retourné chercher nos passeports. Même s’ils nous ont donnés seulement 20 jours à la place des ...

    A bit Mumbai Belly, Holi, Caves & More

    A travel blog entry by heinz82 on Mar 19, 2012

    ... the entire fort and the parched yellow valleys

    The Ellora caves are incredible - in all 34 caves, 12 Buddhist, 17 Hindu & 5 Jain. The highlight being the Kailasa temple which has been carved from top to bottom out of the rocks taking over 150 years and 7,000 labourers. It is an incredible 32 metres deep, 31 metres long and 47 metres wide The intricate carvings of god & goddesses show off the workmanship of our labourers.


    Ellora Rock Cave Temples

    A travel blog entry by meltin4 on Mar 06, 2012

    Getting to the Ellora caves was an event in itself. At the bus station no one really knew, or was able to tell me, when the bus should come. One bus arrived, which I was very pleased wasn't my one - about 100 people all tried to pile on to it through the one little door all at the same time. Not everyone could fit though, even if they did go on one at ...

    Fabulous Ellora Caves

    A travel blog entry by rahulbhatia20 on Dec 24, 1996

    2 photos

    ... 7AD to 9AD. There are Jain caves (No. 31 to 34), Hindu caves ( No. 13 to 29) and Buddhist caves ( No 1 to 12). These are a true depiction of the religious tolerance that existed even in medieval India. The grandeur of the carvings and frescoes has elevated them among the to UN World Heritage sites. Some of these caves are built on two or three levels showing the existence of advanced technology in that era. Most of the carvings have been done on a single rock and leaves the ...