Notes on the Geography of Peninsular India: Ajanta: Photo 6
From the viewpoint at the end of the ridge, there's a good view from Cave 28 on the left to 17, where a white screen offers some protection to the cave-wall paintings. You can see the arched window of Cave 19, too, which contends with Cave 26 for the title of most elaborate or decorated chaitya. Above the other caves and just left of the vertical water stain, there's an unfinished chaitya numbered as Cave 29 and off the visitor's route. That's the "at a pinch" fifth chaitya.
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