This Indian 3ps Ajanta Caves Elephant Stamp was released in 1949 - as part of a Stamp series featuring tourist sites in India. The Ajanta Caves are approximately 30 rock-cut Buddhist cave monuments which date from the 2nd century BCE to about 480 CE in Aurangabad district of Maharashtra state of India. The caves include paintings and rock-cut sculptures described as some of the finest surviving examples of ancient Indian art. In 1949, after the creation of a Tourist branch in India, Significant attention was being paid to the Tourist traffic in the area - with efforts being made to promote tourist traffic.
The Ajanta Caves , Incredible India .
Many people travel to India , but this place is not in regular itineraries, in my opinion it is worth much more than other popular places.
There are 29 caves in the mountains with beautiful buddhist art, sculptures, paintings and frescoes.Its construction began in the 2nd century .
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........................ Las cuevas de Ajanta en la increíble India.
Mucha gente viaja a la India , pero este lugar no suele estar en los intinerarios comunes , en mí opinión merece la pena mucho más que otros lugares populares.
Son 29 cuevas en la montaña con bellísimo arte budista, esculturas , pinturas y frescos , que empezaron a construirse en el siglo 2 .
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these are masterpieces Buddhist religious art that influenced the Indian art that followed. The caves were built in two phases, the first phase starting around the 2nd century BCE, while the second phase was built around 400–650 CE, according to older accounts, or in a brief period of 460–480 CE