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Ghatotkach Caves are situated 18 km to west of Ajantha, near Jinjala village India. The caves include three Buddhist caves, one is chaitya and two viharas. The caves were excavated in the 6th century AD, and were influenced by Mahayana Buddhism.
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- Vision Tourism 2020 - Aurangabad District Perspective Draft Plan (PDF). Aurangabad: Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation. November 2010. Retrieved 28 June 2013.
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