VITS Hotel Aurangabad
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Ellora was a fair amount less painting and more detailed carving. We learned quite a few of the different gods names, and many kept resurfacing. Turns out the 34 caves were all started and completed within 200 years. Apparently there was a bit of a competition to get them done, and as beautifully as possible, because there was a movement away from the Buddhist religion towards the Jains, a sub-group of Hindus. Many of these caves were not completed but a couple ...
... sad to see that he would have.
One thing we noticed was that there weren't signs of boards to know where and when to get on the bus. If we were on our own we would have been screwed!
We got our seats and I was in a different cart than Olivia, Jacci, and Katie. Luckily for me Reiko was in a different cart than her family so we switched to be with who we wanted to be with.
We quickly boarded the bus and settled into our spots. ...
Took a trip to Aurangabad to see some caves with some of my cousins from my mom's side of the family. This was a very hectic trip but we had fun just hanging out together. This all started with a flight from Delhi to Bombay....followed by an overnight train to Aurangabad...then drove to to our hotel in the morning. We spent 2 days visiting caves, forts, and a mini taj mahal. My nephew ...
... from 2 B.C to 7 A.D. and most of them were decorated and painted. When I say excavated, these were large rooms, some about the size of a small house complete with pillars, massive statues of Buddah and small side wings, all carefully excavated by handmout of the solid rock. You could tell that, although the art work had deteriorated somewhat, it would have been exquisite in its prime - far better than any other western art even as recent as the Renaissance ...
... de 50 dollars chacun, tout ça pour 2 heures! Ça nous a pris 2 jours, le personnel était très gentil mais pas très organisé (ça pourrait surement être fait en 2 heures).
Nous étions enfin prêts pour quitter l’Inde. Cette 2ème escale a duré plus de 2 mois, plus long que prévu à cause des visas iraniens. Nous n’étions pas sûrs de revenir aussi longtemps après le Népal (on avait le Sri Lanka en destination de secours), mais descendre ...