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The Caves are impressive, you can see the most beautiful natural shades and textures of sandstone that have formed over 2000 years. The paintings and carvings are barely visible so you have to imagine them mostly. There is also a little gallery space where some...More
The Bagh Caves are a group of nine rock-cut monuments. The caves, like those at Ajanta, were excavated on perpendicular sandstone rock face of a hill on the bank of a seasonal stream, the Baghani during the rule of the Satvahanas. Only five survive today,...More
The caves are a remarkable example of Indian rock-cut architecture and one can only stand in awe in front of the magnificent master craftsmanship required to create them and decorate them 15 centuries ago. The nearby museum has some of the preserved original wall paintings,...More
I had been there couple of times it is full of History. If you are planning to visit there make sure you grab your own food since you will not get anything to eat there. In recent days many Dino eggs has been found over...More
While returning from Mandu , we visited Bagh caves ,These caves were located near Bagh village , an oasis in middle of a desert as the village was quite green and well cultivated however the region around the village was arid and sandy , situated...More