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Robert Harding

The Buddhist cave temples near Ajanta in India were cut out of the cliffs above the Waghora River between the second century B.C. and sixth century A.D. Filled with Buddhist-themed paintings and reliefs, they have been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1983.

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