风的呢喃1963India travel on the fifth day of Aguabad (Avatar Grottoes) February 26, 2019, sunny 33 degrees last night from Mumbai to Aguabad by night 22, arrived safely at 7:30 a.m. Find accommodation, put your luggage, chartered a car to the World Heritage Avatar Grottoes. Aveda Grottoes, located about 106 km northwest of Aurangabad, a key town of Maharashtra, the Degan Plateau, India. In 1983, UNESCO listed the Aveda Grottoes as a cultural heritage in the World Heritage List. Xuanzhai, a high priest of the Tang Dynasty, visited this place in India in 638 AD, and gave a vivid description of the grottoes in the Book of the Western Regions of the Great Tang Dynasty, which is the earliest written record of the Aveda grottoes. Aveda Grotto is a Buddhist temple and monastery built by ancient Buddhists in India. The word Aveda comes from the Sanskrit word Agentina, which means "no thought" and "no thought". The caves were excavated in the 3rd century BC, when Buddhism was designated as the national religion. Pious Buddhists found this hilly, undulating, scenic valley for worshiping the Buddha, studying the scriptures, and cultivating their own nature. It is said that the excavation lasted nearly 1000 years. Aveda Grottoes are 29 caves, with a steep wall of about 76 meters, stretching from east to west along 550 meters. Four of them are Buddhist halls, with a stupa of storied sari and 25 monastic houses. In addition to architecture and sculpture, and famous for ancient Buddhist murals, the main theme of the Buddha's story and the story of Bensheng, is the most famous art treasure of the Aveda Grottoes, and is also the oldest existing ancient Indian mural remains, known as the Louvre of the East. Foreigner tickets are 600 rupees (Indians 40 rupees). Take off your shoes and take pictures inside the grottoes. No flash. Other measures do not seem to see special, some are equipped with air conditioning, should be to protect the frescoes. All the grottoes can be entered, the ticket equivalent to less than 60 yuan ah the site really shocked, are all chiseled out of the stone, too beautiful, each grotto is large, and basically open, not like the Tianchao only open a few. It took three hours to drive from Orangabad, 33 degrees of temperature plus road repairs, which was really hard. But when we climbed breathlessly up, the grottoes were stunningly beautiful! If you have the opportunity to come to Nanyin, recommend to walk around, you will not be disappointed.
煊煊煊煊The Aurangabad Grottoes are located in the mountains about 3 kilometers north of Aurangabad. There are ten caves, divided into east and west regions, with 5 caves on each side. These caves were excavated in the 6th to 7th centuries, and most of them were Buddhist believers. The third and seventh caves are more important. There is no artificial lighting in the cave, visitors can bring their own flashlights.
煊煊煊煊The Bibi-ka-Maqbara Mausoleum (Bibi-ka-Maqbara), built in the 17th century, was the temple of the first concubine of Emperor Aurangzeb of the Mughal dynasty. The design of this mausoleum is similar to that of the Taj Mahal, but it does not use such a large national fund. Therefore, the scale of the mausoleum is small, but it is equally exquisite, so some people call it "Little Taj Mahal".
M34***68The caves, which are listed as world heritage sites, are the Aveda Buddhist Grottoes, 340km from Mumbai and 105km from Aurangabad, known as the Louvre of Ancient India. They were abandoned for thousands of years and discovered by the British. The Aveda Grottoes, located on the cliff cliffs, are very old, and are nearly 2000 years old, and are even older than the Elora Grottoes, and are only confined to Buddhism. The unparalleled first-class frescoes are the greatest feature here, mainly expressing the art and history of Buddhism, as well as the life of the ancient Indian royal family and the Sinhala royal family that conquered Sri Lanka.
Eddies888Heibai Lavhu is one of the incarnations of the Hindu god Shiva. Visiting this temple is a horror. The fierce statues in this temple are places for believers to pray for protection from evil and peace.
The Ellora Caves, a model of stone sculpture in the world, is preserved in Aurangabad, central India. It is said that it took a century to build this cave from the beginning to the completion. It can be said that each stone is the result of careful thinking.
Although I have received too many world heritage baptisms before, when we personally face Elora, we still feel that no words or photos can express its domineering, but only a deep concession. And a feeling from the heart - the original Indians were created by God not just for making funny movies.
Directly in front of the entrance to the gate is the most splendid 16th cave, the famous Kailasa temple, Elora's NO.1, the world's unparalleled fine art, which is carved entirely on the granite hills. The work, just standing in front of it and being shocked can spend five minutes on you.
Traffic Strategy: The platform of the
Aurangabad Bus stand is the car to the Ellora Caves. The ticket is 30 rupees, the journey takes 45 minutes, and the place to get off is the entrance of the scenic spot.
Scenic Tickets as always 250 rupees. The Ellora Caves are closed every Tuesday, please be careful to avoid this time. The reasonable time for the entire Ellora Caves is around 6 hours. Due to the long tour time, you can bring some snacks. If you want to be lazy, there is also a simple restaurant in the scenic area, which provides simple Indian food and drinks. The price is slightly higher than the outside.