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Lions Roar : May 2019
Top : The Ajanta Caves are built into the rock face of a horseshoe-shaped ravine. Monkeys, tropical birds, and other creatures make their home in the surrounding jungle. Left: In the earlier caves, the Buddha isn’t represented in human form but rather symbolically. In this detail from a later cave, the Buddha touches the earth. Right: The ribbed roof of this cave, a prayer hall, was meant to mimic the architecture of wooden structures. LION’S ROAR | MAY 2019 45