BC to AD – Stories Frozen In Stone


Aurangabad has been a meeting point of northern and southern India. Aurangabad district in present day Maharashtra state is a rare case whose story goes back to antiquity and which fortunately can be witnessed through the string of remains of each era that the region has borne.

Declared as world heritage sites by UNESCO since 1983 the paintings and sculptures of Ajanta and Ellora are considered masterpieces of Buddhist religious arts.

Programme Objectives
  • To experience the culture, art, architecture & environment of a society from nearly two millennia ago.
  • To nurture higher awareness about local and global contexts regarding natural and cultural heritage.
  • To explore sites of cultural and natural importance not merely as tourist destinations, but as valuable resources that help us understand the historical, economic, social, cultural, political and creative contexts of our past and present.

Number Of Days

4 Days


Nearest railway station – Aurangabad

Nearest airport – Aurangabad


Ajanta & Ellora

Located amidst the Sahyadri Hills, these caves are known for beautiful paintings that date in the period between 200 BC and 650 AD.


TO Nurture

A sense of appreciation for history, art, architecture & culture.


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