The Meadows Aurangabad

Address: GAT 135 and 136 Mitmita , Aurangabad, Maharashtra, 431002, India | Inn
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This inn, located on GAT 135 and 136 Mitmita , Aurangabad, is near Ajanta Caves, Bibi Ka Maqbara, and The Thar Heritage Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Aurangabad

3. Aurangabad

A travel blog entry by sam.floy on Dec 17, 2014

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... To avoid the hassle of making conversation and watching my pockets, I did what seemed to be the most sensible option. I feigned going to sleep.

The number of enquiries we received dropped immensely, and once the phone was charged, we left Soorej's bags in the cloakroom, and went for a walk.

Our destination was the bus stop that I was to be departing from at 11.30pm that evening. As we had time to kill, it seemed a sensible thing to do, as well ...

India - Elllora & Ajanta Caves

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Feb 09, 2014

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... visit Ajanta Caves on the way to Jalgaon from where we had to catch another train. The reason for that was simple - we just wanted to take things more slowly and avoid the unpleasant saturation we recently reached. However, we woke up at 10.30 and completely changed our plans. We started to be worried that we would have to be in quite a big rush the next day in order not to miss our train. The train was scheduled for 16.35 and the distance between Aurangabad and Jalgaon is ...


A travel blog entry by tbs1298 on Feb 07, 2014

... It was required that shoes were taken off before entering each cave anyways. I had socks on so the ground wasn't hot either. One of the things I liked about the caves was that they all had a Buddha statue located i nthe back that was separated from the rest of the cave. They all differed a little bit. An interesting thing that Anna taught me today was an explanation for why some of the statues were broken. The Muslim's had destroyed them so that they weren't considered holy ...

Visiting the Buddhist Ajanta Caves

A travel blog entry by lynanddon on Sep 14, 2013

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Today we opted to make our way out to the Ajanta Caves by local transportation. The journey started with the challenge of negotiating a fair price from an autorickshaw driver to take us to the Central Bus Station. The first driver quoted 200 rupees and wouldn't budge so we opted to get out and find another driver. The final price we negotiated was 40 rupees plus a 5 rupee tip. The next task was to race around the bus station until we found the correct bus that was going passed the ...

Naked and Holy?

A travel blog entry by michellendave on Jan 23, 2013

36 photos

... of the caves. We continued along the path above the caves which gave us a magnificent view over the valley. We had a hard time finding a way down to the front of the caves. We didn't want to double back. We scrambled a little before we found our way down.

Cave 16 is the largest monolithic structure in the world!

We found our way in to the cave with an open courtyard ...