9th -10th March 13 Ajanta Ellora Part 1

It was 9:30am and we got down from our room to get to the bus waiting for us and were received by the conductor of the bus. Walked a few meters to get on the bus and then it started. We were scheduled to visit five places- Daulatabad Fort, Ellora caves, Jyotirling temple, Bibi ka Makbara and Pan chakki. . The caves were a beautiful sight and instantly take you back in time. With our tickets we started off to see a few of 32 caves that our predecessors from various beliefs have left behind for us.

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