Saturday, September 21, 2013

India Inaugurates Tourist Facility Centres at Ajanta, Ellora

Holiday makers hoping to board India bound flights in the peak tourist season of the country will be able to enjoy twin tourist facility centres at Aurangabad's UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Ajanta and Ellora. Tourism ministry of India inaugurated the centres few days back, providing incoming tourists with a pleasant surprise.

Ajanta and Ellora are among India’s biggest tourist attractions. Many who spend money on flights tickets to unravel the many secrets of the country are often found lining up to get in here. Ajanta caves depict Buddhist teachings, while the caves at Ellora are a mix of Buddhist, Hindu and Jain.

The visitors’ centre that has been established at Ajanta is enormous. The place holds 5 museum halls with actual-sized replicas of four of the caves. This is sure to please vacationers who block air tickets on flights to the ancient country to check out its fantastic cultural offerings. Even a huge parking space is available, with room for 300 cars, 20 buses and 200 two-wheelers. Holiday makers making an investment in airline tickets with the intention of enjoying India’s best can also take advantage of the centre’s restaurants, an auditorium and an amphitheatre.

The Ellora centre is similarly huge with multiple museums to delight culturally- inclined heading for the caves. There is a Kailash Temple replica at the place. Parking space is also there. It also offers three restaurants, an auditorium and an amphitheatre to entertain tourists who are booking tickets on flights and landing in the region.

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