Category:Barabar Caves

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The Barabar Caves are the oldest surviving rock-cut caves in India, dating from the Mauryan period (322–185 BCE), and all of them with Ashokan inscriptions, located in the Jehanabad district of Bihar, India, 18 km north of Gaya. These caves are situated in the twin hills of Barabar and Nagarjuni, dating back to the 3rd century BC.25°00′47″N 85°03′07″E / 25.01306°N 85.05194°E / 25.01306; 85.05194

बराबर गुफाएं (bho); বরাবর গুহাসমূহ (bn); grottes de Barabar (fr); Барабарские пещеры (ru); बराबर लेणी (mr); Barabar-Höhlen (de); Cavernas de Marabar (pt); Shpellat Barabar (sq); 婆罗巴岩 (zh); ବରାବର ଗୁମ୍ଫା (or); 婆罗巴岩 (zh-cn); Барабарські печери (uk); Barabar (ca); 婆羅巴巖 (zh-hant); बराबर गुफाएँ (hi); ಬರಾಬರ್ ಗುಹೆಗಳು (kn); Cuevas de Barabar (es); Barabar Caves (en); బరాబర్ గుహలు (te); 婆罗巴岩 (zh-hans); பராபர் குகைகள் (ta) rock-cut caves in Bihar, India (en); كهف في جايا (الهند) (ar); Höhle in Indien (de); archeologische vindplaats in India (nl)
Barabar Caves 
rock-cut caves in Bihar, India
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Location Gaya district, Magadh division, Bihar, India
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25° 00′ 18″ N, 85° 03′ 46.8″ E
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