|The Four Main Sites|
|Four Additional Sites|
This Buddhist cave has fort on its top where Shivaji was born is unique significance. This is group of 60 caves was excavated in the first half century A.D. In early part of second century CE this caves were flourishing center of Buddhist activities. The caves has astylar Chaitya
Important Cave list include:
- Cave 26 – Two story Vihara
- Cave 45 – Known as “Bara-kotri” has 12 cells for resident monks.
- Cave 51 – A chaitya has inscription of merchant
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- Brancaccio, Pia (2010). The caves at Aurangabad : Buddhist art in transformation. Leiden: Brill. p. 27. ISBN 9004185259.
- Te-kʻun, Cheng (1983). Studies in Chinese art. Hong Kong: Chinese University Press. p. 212. ISBN 9622012795.
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