Entry of general public into the ‘auditorium cave’ of UNESCO world heritage site at Bhimbetka has been closed by Archeological Survey of India (ASI).
Researchers have discovered fossils of one of the Earth’s earliest known multicellular animals — the 550-million-year-old Dickinsonia — on the roof of the Bhimbetka rock shelters in Madhya Pradesh.
The Bhimbetka rock shelters in Madhya Pradesh was discovered quite unintentionally but has slowly grown in significance over time.
Source: Bhimbetka: An Accidental Find
Bhimbetka Rock Shelter is One of India’s Best Archaeological Treasures…
Video: Walking into the Past in Madhya Pradesh’s Bhimbetka Rock Shelters; National Geographic Traveller India
Welcome to the Stone Age version of the Louvre.
The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Rock Shelters, the Bhimbetka, is a pleasant delight. It is absolute fun to walk the rugged path of rocks showing beautiful depictions of painting from the pre-historic times.
Bhimbetka caves tell a story, one that dates back centuries. All noise seems to fade away at the Bhimbetka caves that seem to cast a magical spell on visitors.
The Bhimbetka Rock Shelters in Madhya Pradesh are a glimpse into a Paleolithic civilisation.
Source: Pre-historic art gallery