Being at Bhim Betika (aka Bhimbetka) gives us an opening into understanding the first perceptions of modern man and his way os expressing it. We can see how he has seen the world, what he felt important and what made up his life. The hunting scenes, fear of the Wild Boar, Elephants continue on overlapped images for 1000s of years. The entrance of the modern civilizations that include cavalry and archers seems like the last and prominent phase of the drawings which literally ended there. Wish Bhonravli is also open to tourists.
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