About Ambajogai

The town is named Ambajogai after goddess Ambabai - Yogeshwari whose legacy sanctuary is situated here and is visited by people groups from all over Maharashtra, to a great extent from the Konkan region.The town has a ton of legacy spots and this township is known as the social capital of the Marathwada region.The town has other legacy sanctuaries like 12 khambhi, Kholeshwar, Mukundraj give in and Dasopant Swami Samadhi, Kashivishwanath, Amruteshwar. There is an antiquated underground give in called Shivleni Caves or Jogai Mandap proclaimed as a legacy point, where Lord Shankar, Nandi and Elephants are cut in stone. 

In the thirteenth century Swami Mukundraj composed first Marathi verse 'Viveksindhu'in Ambajogai. This work is broadly acclaimed for its scholarly quality and the philosophical substance. It remains the first as well as among the best abstract works at any point delivered in Marathi. Yogeshwari Nutan Vidyalaya is one of the great organization in Beed area. Staff of yogeshwari school are very qualified

About Ajanta

The Ajanta Caves are around 29 shake cut Buddhist buckle landmarks which date from the second century BCE to around 480 CE in Aurangabad locale of Maharashtra territory of India.The caverns incorporate artistic creations and shake cut models depicted as among the best enduring instances of old Indian workmanship, especially expressive artworks that present feeling through motion, posture and shape. 

As indicated by UNESCO, these are magnum opuses of Buddhist religious workmanship that impacted Indian craftsmanship that followed.The caverns were worked in two stages, the main stage beginning around the second century BCE, while the second stage worked around 400– 650 CE as per more established records, or in a concise time of 460– 480 CE as indicated by later scholarship.The site is a secured landmark under the watchful eye of the Archeological Survey of India,and since 1983, the Ajanta Caves have been an UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Ajanta Caves are around 29 shake cut Buddhist buckle landmarks which date from the second century BCE to around 480 CE in Aurangabad locale of Maharashtra territory of India.The caverns incorporate artistic creations and shake cut models depicted as among the best enduring instances of old Indian workmanship, especially expressive artworks that present feeling through motion, posture and shape. 

As indicated by UNESCO, these are magnum opuses of Buddhist religious workmanship that impacted Indian craftsmanship that followed.The caverns were worked in two stages, the main stage beginning around the second century BCE, while the second stage worked around 400– 650 CE as per more established records, or in a concise time of 460– 480 CE as indicated by later scholarship.The site is a secured landmark under the watchful eye of the Archeological Survey of India,and since 1983, the Ajanta Caves have been an UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Ambajogai Boarding Points

  • REGAL COMPLEX
  • Ambajogai Bus Stand
  • bus stand
  • SUGAR FACTORY
  • Amba Sugar Factory
  • BUS STAND
  • Bus Stand Ambajogai
  • Raj Tour & Travels Near Bus Stand
  • Amba Sugare Factory
  • Priyanka Travels
  • Sameer Travels Ambejogai
  • Samrath Travels Ambejogai
  • Shri Mahalaxmi Travels Reegal Complex
  • Shri Mahalaxmi Travels Hotel Regal Complex
  • Ambejogai
  • Mohan Talkies
  • Ambajogai
  • Shakkar Karkhana
  • Ambejogai-dhaygude travels-near reliance petrolpump
  • Raj tours
  • Dhaygude travels
  • Avdhoot travels ambejogai
  • Raj travels- regal complex
  • Ambejogai raj travels8625954677
  • Ambejogai- mahalaxmi travels 8087888393
  • Ambejogai-dhaygude travels near reliance petrol pump
  • Amaal travels-ambeogai
  • Om travels .near st stand 8177856719 .02025511010
  • Reliance petrol pump
  • Dhaygude travels-mohan talkies
  • Karkhana sugar factory
  • Raj Tours Beside Bus Stand
  • Shree Khurana Travel Off No-9822227623

Ajanta Droping Points

  • Ajanta Main Road
  • Ajantha Bus Stand
  • Ajanta Bypass
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  • Ajantha Main Road
  • Ajantanad bus stand
  • Bus Stand, Ajanta
  • Ajanta caves
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  • Golegaon Bus Stand Ajanta
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