Bhimbetka Rock Painting by rsnamli Star this if you like it!

‘Rock Shelters of Bhimbetaka’ lie 45 km south of Bhopal, and are located at the southern edge of the Vindhyachal hills. Towards south of these rock shelters are successive ranges of the Satpura hills. The entire area is covered by thick forests and vegetation. The area has abundant natural resources like perennial water supplies, natural shelters, rich forest flora and fauna and bear significant resemblance to similar rock art site like Kakadu National Park in Australia, the cave paintings of the Bushmen in Kalahari Desert, and the Upper Paleolithic Lascaux cave paintings in France.


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