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Lomas Rishi Cave

Lomas Rishi Cave

One of the famous caves in Indian state of Bihar, Lomas Rishi was created at Barabar Hills during Maurya period of 323 BC – 185 BC and is dedicated to Ajivaka Cult. Ajivaka is the religion which was prevalent in those days. Lomas Rishi cave is one of the few bits of architecture left to us from the Maurya period. It is a cult-shrine art created for the Ajivaka sect by Ashoka. At the Lomas Rishi Cave you will get to see an arched architectural facade carved in relief on a granite wall that was pierced and hollowed out to create an architectural interior. The sculptures of the cave are structured in wood, brick, plaster, and thatch with the careful detailed architectural work. Avail Lomas Rishi cave tour packages to explore more of this wonderful place.


From roofs to the pillars, the amazing construction of the cave, will for a moment take you direct to the 450 – 300 B.C, where such an intricate architectural work was done. The peaceful ambiance of the Lomas Rishi Cave could be used for various religious ceremonies, accommodation, or storage. However from inside the cave was not much decorated and brightened up and is small and simple, Lomas Rishi Cave has a history that cannot facade. Lomas Rishi cave Travel and tourism is an amazing to discover the unique aspects of this place.


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