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Clues

  1. Number of rock cut Buddhist caves monuments.
  2. Discoverer of these caves.
  3. Paintings in the caves show religious influence depicting this person.
  4. These were mixed along with vegetables to make colours for wall paintings.
  5. A celebrated Buddhist philosopher and controversialist lived at Ajanta in the 5th century.
  6. Inscription of this dynasty in cave no. 26 indicates its use during 8th – 9th centuries A.D.
  7. This is the shape of Ajanta caves’ excavation.
  8. The objects of worship in these caves.
  9. The earliest cave dating from the second century B.C.
  10. These halls are symbolic for group worship.
  11. This cave has cells for monks to live in.
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Clues Number of rock cut Buddhist caves monuments. Discoverer of these caves. Paintings in the caves show religious influence depicting this person. These were mixed along with vegetables to make colours for wall paintings. A celebrated Buddhist philosopher and controversialist lived at Ajanta in the 5th century. Inscription of this dynasty in cave no. 26...