- Known all over the world for their exquisite paintings and rock cut caves that date back to 2nd century BC.
- Described as 'the finest surviving examples of Indian art, especially painting' by the Archaeological Survey of India.
- Masterpieces of Buddhist religious art, with depictions of the Jataka tales and figures of the Buddha
- Built around 76 m above the ground overlooking a narrow stream, which is known as Waghora.
- A stupa is worshipped here and these caves exhibit the imitation of wooden construction to the extent that the rafters and beams are also sculpted.
- 3 km from Aurangabad Railway Station
- 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- Closed on Mondays
- Rs.10 (SAARC and BIMSTEC citizens)
- Rs.250 (Foreigners)
- Maratha Darbar
- Kream n Krunch,Nirala Bazar
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