from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A village of west-central India southwest of Amravati. Nearby rock-hewn temples and monasteries dating from c. 200 BC to AD 650 contain remarkable examples of Buddhist art.


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  • Not only this, Mumbai also embraces UNESCO World Heritage sites such as Ajanta and Ellora caves as well as Elephanta caves.

    Zee News : India National

  • BANGALORE --Dabur India Ltd. has entered into an agreement with Mumbai-based Ajanta Pharma Ltd. to acquire its over-the-counter '30-Plus' brand for an undisclosed amount.

    Dabur Buys 30-Plus Brand

  • Located 200 miles northeast of Mumbai in the immense lava field of the Deccan Plateau that covers much of central India, Ajanta was an isolated, jungle-covered ruin when an English officer rediscovered it in 1819 while hunting tigers.

    Buddha of the Material World

  • This focus on individual entrepreneurship meshed perfectly with the independent ways of merchants who were increasingly important and became patrons of Ajanta and other Buddhists monasteries along their trade routes.

    Buddha of the Material World

  • As one historian of India, John Keay, wrote, "At Ajanta more than anywhere the golden age of the Gupta is made manifest."

    Buddha of the Material World

  • Dabur India, the consumer products major, today entered into an agreement with Mumbai-based Ajanta Pharma to acquire the latter's over-the-counter OTC energiser brand, '30-Plus'.

    Morning News Roundup

  • Among the state's many attractions are the ancient Ajanta and Ellora caves, the shrine of Shirdi, ancient forts, beaches and the city of Mumbai.

    Tourism Grows in India

  • Last week, the company acquired an over-the-counter multi-vitamin brand called 30-Plus from Mumbai-based Ajanta Pharma for an undisclosed amount.

    Dabur Scouts for Acquisitions

  • Dabur buys Ajanta Pharma capsule brand, focus on OTC healthcare

    Morning News Roundup

  • Vascon Engineers received board approval to buyout 20 percent stake in partnership firm Ajanta Enterprises for 550 million rupees.

    Morning News Roundup


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