archaeological site about 30 km away from Aurangabad, the Ellora Caves are listed as a World Heritage Site. It belongs in the state of Maharashtra and is believed to have been carved out and constructed in the beginning by the Rashtrakuta dynasty. A total of 34 caves, these constructs basically fall under three groups – the Buddhist group, the Hindu group and the Jain group. The Buddhist group consists of the first twelve caves,
There are in total 5 Jain caves at Ellora and they are dated to the ninth and tenth century AD. Khuldabad is a nearby town in Aurangabad and is also known as "Rauza", meaning garden of paradise. Daulatabad, or ’the abode of wealth’ is situated on an isolated conical hill from a 600 feet high mesa-like flat terrain. The marvelous caves of Aurangabad are tucked between the Satara and Sihyachal range of hills in Aurangabad.
Ellora Sightseeing then transfer to Aurangabad