A group of 11 rock-cut Buddhist temples. One of them was turned into a Hindu shrine. Made in the 1st – 3rd c. AD, one shrine contains paintings.
One of the most beautiful rock-cut temple complexes in the world. It was developed in the 2nd century BC – 480 AD. In total there are 28 – 30 rock-cut structures, containing murals and sculptures of high importance to the culture of mankind.
A group of 50 rock-cut caves – Buddhist and Hindu shrines. Made in the 1st – 3rd c. AD, contain inscription and remnants of paintings.
A group of 40 – 45 rock-cut Buddhist and Jain temples. Made in the 1st – 11th c. AD, in some caves are sculptures and traces of paintings.
A group of some 40 rock-cut caves – Buddhist temples with sculptures, traces of paintings. Made in the 1st – 3rd c. AD.
A group of ancient rock-cut Buddhist caves in central Maharashtra at Janjira creek. Kuda Caves were made in the 1st c. BC – 3rd c. AD.
These caves served as ancient theater approximately 300 BC. Valuable inscriptions such as the world’s oldest love message.
These rock-cut temples were made in the 8th – 9th century AD and have fine reliefs and paintings. Natural caves nearby with Mesolithic petroglyphs.
A group of rock-cut Buddhist temples from the 13th – 15th century. 4 temples contain interesting paintings.
37 ancient Buddhist rock-cut cave temples, created around the 2nd c. AD. Contain traces of medieval paintings.