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Did you know these seven extraordinary Facts About Ajanta Caves in Maharashtra!

Ajanta caves are one of the world heritage sites that have been listed among the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of India since 1983.

An army officer of the British army discovered the Ajanta Caves in the year 1819.

It is believed that Ajanta caves are in existence since the second century B. C.

The Ajanta caves are a group of 30 rock-cut caves that are a true representation of Buddhism.

The entire caves were carved with simple tools like hammers and chisels.

The theme of the caves is to illustrate the life of Buddha.

The artistic styles from Tibet and Sri Lanka can be also seen in Ajanta caves.

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