Elephanta Caves

Elephanta caves are among the most popular caves in the country. Built between AD 450 and 750, pristine labyrinth of Elephanta Caves are famed for exhibiting some of India’s most impressive glimpse of its exquisite architectures. Accolades for being the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Elephanta Caves’ centre of attraction is it’s 1300 year old 6-metre tall rock-cut statue of Supreme Sadasshiva. Created in recesses of walls, sculptures inside Elephanta Caves recite depiction of its timeless beauty.

* Monday Closed

 

Mumbai
January to December
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
INR 500 per person (Including Entry fee)

Ajanta Caves

The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ajanta Caves is a mountainside tunneled cluster of 30 caves that were constructed to facilitate a peaceful sanctuary for Buddhist monks. Built around the second century BCE, these caves exhibits some of the stunning specimens of India’s greatest antiquities, particularly expressive paintings that exhibits emotions through gestures, pose and forms. Discovering lost treasures of Ajanta caves is a memorable move towards experiencing the silence that last for centuries within these caves.    

* Monday Closed

January to June
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
INR 250 per person (Including Entry fee)

Ellora Caves

Is it possible to embellish the pristine eternity within sculptures? Of course, yes. Visit UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ellora Cave, which is around 30 km away from Aurangabad, to know what exactly it means. Exhibiting a grand epitome of ancient Indian rock-cut architecture, archeological site of Ellora Caves stands calmly since erected. It’s no less than a paradise for all those who are willing to travel the past to get real insights of ancient India.

*Monday Closed

January to June
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
INR 500 per person (Including Entry fee)

Badami Cave

Archeological site of Badami Caves is a complex of four temples, each holding intricate carvings and depictions of religious values. Delineating Supreme Shiva and the Preserver Vishnu in various avatars, first three temples of this cave represents finest glimpse of Brahmanical style in its architecture. On the other side, the fourth one is dedicated to Jainism. Some of the highlights of Badami Caves include Vishnu seated as Adishesha, the Dancing Shiva and Creator Brahma sitting on its holy seat, hamsa.

January to December
09:00 AM - 05:30 PM
INR 500 per person (Including Entry fee)

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