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  • SANDY

    Ajanta Caves In India. This Is Definitely One Place On the bucket list

  • Julie Taymor

    Ajanta caves, in the Aurangabad district of Maharashtra, India. Visited here and loved it. India is such a beautiful place.

  • Dream Bigly

    Visit the breathtaking Ellora Caves, India #LifeList #Travel

  • Sophie E Tallis

    Ellora Caves - India. This is how I pictured the underwater ruins of Dwarka in my second book, beautifully intricate architecture!

  • Sharon Couteau

    A place to visit sometime in the future, Ellora Caves in India

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