This caves are...
This caves are located in several hills, some 30 kms from Aurangabad. 34 caves carved in the rock, from Buddhism to hinduism and jainism. The main attraction are the sculptures, the water fall and the Cave nº16, a huge temple carved out from the rock to form the biggest monolite building in the world.
The entrance is free to all the caves, except nº16, which costs 5$.
A place to live in
"Its a Fun"
Lot of places to visit... some of them... Chandani chowk (6km); Sinhgarh fort (30 km);Mulshi dam (30 km); Narayanpura temple (35km); Lonavala hill station (60 km) and Financial hub Mumbai (160 km)
Also famous for tiny but awesome joints where you can grab small bites while you chat with friends....like Durga- cold coffee, KNP- masala pav; Radhika- espresso coffee; Anna- idli sambar; apna ghar- poha; Supreme- Pav bhaji, Chitanya- Paratha; Dangi- Bread pattice etc...
An awesome place as one of the best education hub in India along with lot of mates and beautiful places... Famous institutes:
1) Symbiosis college of Arts, science and commerce
Also famous as a hub for students pursuing chartered accountancy course.
You can rome aroud the city on your bike (the best transportation mode) and get to meet all your friends and relatives... plan and reach in 20 min for movie theatre (hopefully you will get the tickets)...go for long drive....