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Ellora Caves

Near Bhadra Maruti Temple | Ahead of Hiranya Reosrts, Ellora 431002, India
+91 98238 83366
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Spectacular rock cut caves and elaborate sculptures of Hindu, Buddhist and Jain faiths are over 10 centuries old.
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Near Bhadra Maruti Temple | Ahead of Hiranya Reosrts, Ellora 431002, India
+91 98238 83366
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Reviewed yesterday

One of the most extraordinary places I've visited in my life. Full of historical, mystical and artistic experiences.

Thank Edgard L
Reviewed 6 days ago

Caves are closed Tuesdays and when open are fascinating to see and also to observe the tourists. Most people spend their time on Cave 16 / the Kailasanatha Temple and the one or two either side, however all of the 34 odd caves are fascinating...More

1  Thank MushnKit
Reviewed 1 week ago

It was a memorable experience to be here in Ellora cave. Our aged parents were also along with us. Wheel chairs were available and they also didn't find difficulty in going around caves. India's magnificent ancient caves are once in a life time experience.

Thank Anuragme
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Such a treat to have the opportunity to visit these caves.  It is incredible to see such an ancient site, seeped in incredible history.  It is hard to imagine the foresight of the leader and designer to bring a team together to build, chisel such...More

Thank Cat33R
Reviewed 1 week ago

Have visited this place 3-4 times now and each time it is a treat to watch. It is a wonder how the ancient people must have carved this place with beautiful painting and marvelous sculptures. It is a real piece of art.

Thank pranilbonagir
Reviewed 1 week ago

ellora caves is at a walking distance from the grishneshwar temple,The entry ticket is 30 Rs/person and their is a bus which takes you to cave no 29 to 34 by charging 21 each,Being cloudy it was dark inside the caves,the stairs in the caves...More

Thank Namrata S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

i feel amazing experience at the time of visiting Ellora caves. this rock cutting caves control our movements....... I can able to understand the real amazing skill of our ancestors ......

Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Ellora caves has 34 caves. Some are incomplete. Cave no. is the most gorgeous one. This is called as Kailas temple. Sculptures are exquisite. The cave remain open from 6AM to 6PM Bus from Aurangabad is the cheapest mode of communication to reach Ellora caves...More

2  Thank Sumandc
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Its an amazing experience. A rich cultural heritage of the country. The good thing in Ellora is that all the sculptures are in very good shape, and astounding to see what our ancestors were capable of doing. It has got 3 distinct category: hindu, jain...More

Thank Swati S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Ajanta & Ellora caves are a must visit for anyone travelling in this area. One can not have the opportunity to see these marvels anywhere else in the country. These are world heritage sites and a commendable job is done in maintaining the place by...More

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Annette C
14 July 2017|
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Response from Arpitgupta25 | Reviewed this property |
Yes , there are 32 caves and you can visit important caves numbered 1, 16, 32. These 3 caves are must visit and if you have to explore more then you can visit more caves.
13 July 2017|
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Response from Jose S | Reviewed this property |
I travelled with an Indian tour company through a Portuguese travel agency
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9 June 2017|
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Response from Arpitgupta25 | Reviewed this property |
hi, i just visited aurangabad and they said number 1, 16, 32 is important to visit. Number 1 is for buddist, number 16 is Hindus, and number 32 is for jain. Others are mainly copied and not so important but if you have full... More