10 Lines On Ajanta Caves In English For Students

  1. The Ajanta Caves are recorded in the diaries of various Chinese Buddhist pilgrims to India during the Middle Ages 
  2. Ajanta Cavs was recorded by a Mughal official as well as during the Akbar dynasty in the early 17th century.
  3. One of India’s first UNESCO World Heritage Sites is the Ajanta Caves.
  4. A local shepherd boy led a British officer called John Smith of the 28th Cavalry to the site and door of Cave No. 10 on April 28, 1819, when he was searching for tigers.
  5. The second phase of the building was completed by the Vakataka dynasty’s Emperor Harishena.
  6. The Ajanta Caves are about 30 Buddhist rock-cut cave monuments in Maharashtra’s Aurangabad area that date from the 2nd century BCE to roughly 480 CE.
  7. The Ajanta Caves are a collection of ancient Buddhist temples and monasteries carved into a 75-meter (246-foot) rock wall.
  8. It is generally accepted that the Ajanta Caves were constructed in two separate phases, the first from the second century BCE to the first century CE, and the second many centuries later.
  9. The Buddha sculptures were added some 600 years after the caves, which date back more than 2,000 years.
  10.  The Ajanta Caves were carved out of a horseshoe-shaped cliff near the Waghora River.