PRLog - Feb. 20, 2013 - PUNE, India -- Ajanta Caves are located just 105 kms from Aurangabad in Maharashtra, India and are a world heritage site since 1983. These are a collection of 30 rock cut buddhist caves and were discovered in 1819.
Excavated from the 2nd Century BCE to 5th Century CE, the caves showcase the most perfect examples of Indian mural paintings and sculpture and are one of the most visited places in Maharashtra. This App is a tribute to the brilliance of the alluring world of the Ajanta Caves.
This app is a collection of 200+ photographs that will take through every nook and corner of Ajanta Caves so you can enjoy the exquisite paintings, intricate sculptures, information and stories behind each cave.
Photographer and archaeologist Shreekant Jadhav has visited Ajanta every year since 1974 and has provided the information and photos to make this a truly unique and highly informative collection.
Detailed information is provided about every image. You can search the caves to see floor plans, hall details, facades, Buddha images, paintings or Jataka Tales. Information of all the caves is captured and presented in one app. You can also share your favorite images with your friends via email and social networks.
You will be able to see the screenshots and buy this App on the Apple iTunes stores. Please use the URL below for the same.
A great guide if you're planning a visit to this heritage site, finding out about the progression of Buddhism, Indian art and sculpture and also for those who love to find out about exciting places across the world.
The App has been optimized and is compatible to iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Requires iOS 4.0 or later to run.