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Ajantā

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Ajantā : Series of rock-cut caves in the Deccan containing world-famous Bst. frescoes, mostly of sixth century A.D., and Bst. sculptures. Caves cut for Viharas and halls for worship between second century B.C. and seventh century A.D. and show a corresponding development in style.


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