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... different religions (e.g. Buddhist caves – statues of Buddha, Hindu temples – Hindu gods, shrines).
Within 5 – 6 hours we managed to visit the following cave temples: Cave 16 -> Cave 15 -> Cave 14 -> Cave 11 -> Cave 10 -> Cave 5 -> Cave 2 -> Cave 32 -> Cave 33 -> Cave 29 -> Cave 21.
We also didn´t miss one of the most beautiful viewpoints of Ellora Caves that can be found next to Cave 29.
... hot by this time), insisted upon taking some photos of one of the less preserved walls, to show "what it is really like". (I will try and omit these from the uploads!)
Overall, whilst the caves at Ajanta were beautiful, we found them much less impressive than the caves at Ellora (although all the guidebooks will tell you different). What the caves may lack (compared to Ellora), is however, made up by the lovely river basin setting.
We returned to Aurangabad at ...
Today we setup our first eye camp; and Mary and Tom did their first teaching.
The camp took place in a village of Ranjangaon about 2 1/2 hours from our hotel down one of the worst roads that mankind should never have built. I really did not think the bus would make it there and back, but it did. If you have never traveled on a road would be smoother if is was just dirt, then you need to come to ...
Tandis qu'on attendait l’obtention de nos visas, on a décidé de visiter les grottes très connues d’Ellora et d’Ajanta pour passer le temps. Nous avons pris un bus de nuit jusqu’à Aurangabad, qui est situé à proximité des 2 sites. On a commencé avec Ellora, qui compte 34 grottes, la plupart Hindous ou Bouddhistes mais aussi quelques-unes Jains. Elles servaient de monastères, de temples ou de chapelles et ont été creusées sur une période ...
... not as old the detail of sculpture contained in these caves is spectacular. There are a total of 34 caves that are actual structures excavated out of the vertical face of the hill. These cave temples and monasteries were built between the 5th and 10th century and represent the religious harmony that was prevalent during this period as there are twelve Buddist caves, seventeen Hindu caves, and five Jain caves.
The largest ...