VITS Hotel Aurangabad
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... spaced along its lengths. Four minarets mark the four corners of the enclosure.
Visitors to the mausoleum can enter through the main entrance gate, which is wooden and has foliage designs in brass plate on the exterior side. This entrance is located on the south ...
... br> Inside we were shocked to see such beautiful carvings and as we moved through the cave it was incredible to think that not only the structural work but the detailed carvings were all done by hand with hammer and chisel. There are no historical records to show exactly when the caves were built or how many artists/monks worked on them but it is easy to see that this was an intense labor of love and devotion carried out by many talented people. The Jain caves especially ...
It is worth the effort to get here just to see the caves and we are glad we came. The journey here comprised of a train (nice AC2 bed with sheets, pillow and blanket) and another train, (non AC, sleeper section, crowded but comfortable enough as we had booked seats), we had a two hour stop in Mumbai (Bombay) which was long enough to get from one train station to the other and grab some food, my favourite train food is the vegetable biryani and it was brilliant, ...
... hall. There are many sculptural panels which illustrate a wide range of mythological subjects (e.g. Shiva killing Andhaka, Shiva and Parvati playing dice, the marriage of Shiva and Parvati, Ravana shaking Mount Kailash, Shiva with Parvati receiving Ganga in his hair, Ganesh, Krishna, Vishnu on the serpent, Vishnu on Garuda).
- Cave 14 (Hindu). Known as Ravana ki khai, it is single storied. River goddesses and guardians stand at the doorway while figurative panels ...
... To get to those last caves was a hike. It was very hot out and there were a lot of steps going up and down. The first few there were men with chairs saying you could pay them 800 RS to be carried up the steps. I cannot believe this exists! I'm sorry but that is insane. Anyone who pays for that is torturing these poor men. Then again, I feel like paying them is providing them with money for their family. That is a confusing one to tackle but nonetheless it doesn't seem right. At the ...