Ajanta Caves are about 30 cave-pillars carved out of deep steep ravines in Maharashtra, India. These are thought to have been built between the 2nd century BC and the 7th century AD. The paintings and sculptures found in them are excellent examples of the Buddhist art of the time. The paintings on the walls of Ajanta tell the story of different stages of the Buddha's life. The vividness of these fresco-style murals and the rich and delicate application of various colors in them have made them one of the finest examples of Buddhist painting in India. The caves are located near the Jalgaon railway station in the Aurangabad district of Maharashtra, on the outskirts of the village of Ajanta or Ajanta (latitude 20 degrees 30 minutes north and longitude 75 degrees 40 minutes east). The site has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1983.
The Ajanta style has had considerable influence in India and elsewhere, especially in Java. With the two minaret groups concerned, two important periods of Indian history are intertwined. The Ajanta Caves as a whole bear exceptional evidence of Indian industrial evolution, as well as the role of the Buddhist community, intellectual and religious theaters, schools and reception centers of the Guptas and their immediate successors in India. Is. There were temples in five caves and monasteries in twenty-four caves which are believed to have been occupied by about 200 Buddhist monks and artists. Until it was rediscovered by a group of British tiger hunters in 1819, Ajanta Cave gradually sank into oblivion.
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