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Shelarwadi Caves has 6 Buddhist Caves at Shelarwadi situated 24 km north-west of Pune near town of Dehu Road, India. The caves are carved in first century B.C., are very simple. The Chaitya has since converted into Shiva Temple. These caves are ancient than Ajanta Caves.
- Ahir, D. C. (2003). Buddhist sites and shrines in India : history, art, and architecture (1. ed. ed.). Delhi: Sri Satguru Publ. p. 201. ISBN 8170307740.
- Spink, Walter M. (2005). Ajanta - history and development / the end of the golden age. ([Online-Ausg.] ed.). Leiden: Brill. p. 67. ISBN 9004148329.
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