Ajanta Caves: The First UNESCO World Heritage Site of India ?

The Ajanta Caves were declared the first UNESCO World Heritage Site of India in 1983. The caves are located in the state of Maharashtra, India and are estimated to be over 2,000 years old. The caves are renowned for their spectacular frescoes, sculptures, and rock-cut architecture, which reflect the evolution of Hindu and Buddhist art in India.

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