Thursday, February 3, 2011

Question 512 d: The Populace!


On 28 April 1819, a British officer for Madras Presidency, John Smith, while hunting tiger, accidentally discovered the entrance to ________________ deep within the tangled undergrowth. Exploring, long since a home to nothing more than birds and bats and a lair for other, larger, animals, Captain Smith wrote his name in pencil on one of the walls. Still faintly visible, it records his name and the date, April 1819.
Shortly after this discovery, the ____________ became renowned for their exotic setting, impressive architecture, historic artwork, and long-forgotten history.


















The Ajanta Caves.


20 comments:

Rohan Danait said...

Ajanata caves. Theme is all are UNESCO World Heritage sites

Archimonde said...

Easy one
Ajanta Caves

Aravind V said...

The Ajanta caves.


Is the connect by any chance the Wonders of India?

manish hn said...

the ajanta caves..

(thnk you gowri 'cher :) )

Nanda said...

Ajantha and Ellora caves

Siddarth Pai said...

Ajanta Caves
popuace?
lol

Anonymous Blogger said...

Ajanta Caves.

wwwrrrr said...

ajanta

Nagaratna said...

Ajanta caves
the red herring!

madafterknowledge said...

Ajanta Caves

And the theme is 'UNESCO World Heritage sites in India' !

madafterknowledge said...

Ajanta Caves

And the theme is 'UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India' !

appuchin said...

ajanta ellora caves

Diabolos said...

Ajanta Caves

Sudheer said...
This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.
Nihar said...

@Sudheer, right answer.
You'll get points for it.
But I really must remove your comment, since I published it by mistake.
My Bad!

deepti said...

padmapani painting at ajanta

Suraj said...

Ajanta & Ellora Caves

abhimanyu said...

ajanta caves....

Aviral said...

ajanta cave paintings

Nagaratna said...

Ajanta Caves
the red herring at last