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Ajanta Caves, India

Ajanta Caves, The biggest rock-cut cave monuments in India. The caves at Ajanta date from the 2nd century B.C.E. to 650 C.E and were cut into the mountainside in two distinct phases. Discovered by chance in 1819 by British soldiers on a hunt, the Ajanta Caves have become an icon of ancient Indian art, and have influenced subsequent artists and style.

Issued Country India
Issued Year 2014
Category Buddhist Image World Heritage Buddhist Arts Theme 1: : World Buddhist Heritage Through Stamps
Type Commemorative/Special Stamps
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