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 The Ajanta and Ellora caves are one of the most well-known caves in India. The rock-cut caves contain ancient religious paintings and sculptures.  . This is one of the most famous caves in India.

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Ajanta Ellora Caves, Maharashtra

Bhimbetka Caves are situated inside Ratapani Wildlife Sanctuary in Madhya Pradesh. Recognized as a world heritage site, these caves display the earliest artworks of mankind.

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Bhimbetka Caves, Madhya Pradesh

Located on the bank of Baghani river at the Vindhyachal ranges in Madhya Pradesh, Bagh Caves are a set of nine rock-cut structures. The caves are well sought after for their ancient paintings and thus are also called as Rang Mahal.

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Bagh Caves, Madhya Pradesh

The Badami caves comprise of four caves out which two are dedicated to Lord Vishnu, one to Lord Shiva and another one to Jains. Made of red sandstone on the precipice of a hill, Badami Caves are one of the most exemplary examples of Indian rock-cut architecture. 

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Badami Caves, Karnataka

The ancient Udayagiri caves are situated near Bhubaneswar in the state of Odisha. The Udayagiri caves are famous for 33 rock-cut chambers displaying Hindu and Jain sculptures and wall paintings. 

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 Udayagiri Caves, Odisha
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