3 heritage famous cave and park architectures

Oct 16, 2019

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Pavagadh Archaeological Park

Contrary to other monuments in the catalog, many people do not know about Champaner-Pavagadh archaeological park, which live in the Copper era, it is about 400 BC. Until the rest of the world has been cut off. Although ancient prehistoric settlement is sacred with the presence of the goddess. Cali himself, the city that started with the rich export of silk and other important works. However, the architecture here is silence of the era and shows a beautiful blend of India-Muslim architecture, resulting in a complete and unchanged Islamic East Mughal city. This park actually has less than 16 heritage structures, including the main mosque, the holy temple of Goddess Kali, a helical step-well, other mosques, the city's gate, kabutarkhana and many other wonderful buildings. Standing architecture over time land has been filled; Champaner Pavagadh Archaeological Park is a symbol of the well-planned architecture and design power.

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Bhimbetka Shelters

The Bhimbetka shelters, which we now see as a Mesolithic era, are known as medium stone eras. On the stripes of the mountains of the Vindhyan mountain range in Madhya Pradesh, India in India. The cave paintings, discovered in late 1957, present close interaction between man and nature. The clarity of paintings is that the lives of people around the plains, which are copper, can still be seen clearly. A spectacular 243 shelters have been identified in Bhimbetka group and 178 more shelters in the Lakhsar group are more than 10km. Landscape surrounding rock shelters and fauna are called the Ratapani Wildlife Sanctuary, where evidence of trees and animals shown in pictures can still be found within the shelter.

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The Ellora Caves

Ellora caves are a beautiful blend of sculpture of three major Indian territories: Buddhism, Brahmanism and Jainism. There is something beautiful about this place that takes you to the past journey where all these religions are born and have been together. In Maharashtra, 34 monasteries and temples have been carved on the wall of a huge Basalt cliff and have been dug together. When art is found, this splendor of art is a beautiful combination. The twelve caves of the Buddhist group speak of this liberal religion, the generosity of Buddhism. 'Cavern of the ten Avatars' is a part of a magnificent art created under the reign of Krishna 1. The ethnicity of the Jain group is well reflected by the sanctities created by Digambara sect of this pure religion. This jewel art is an eternal legend of India's huge rock-cut architecture.