In my last India trip, I had the opportunity to spend a day at Bhimbetka, 45 km south of the Bhopal. These were rock shelters of ancient humans during the stone age. These thousands of years old rock paintings are now declared as world heritage by UNESCO. Some of the paintings shows ancient humans hunting in a group, this remind us that the foundation of human race survival and advancement is based on mutual cooperation and working together. You can learn more about BhimBetka in wiikipedia or UNESCO website Rock Shelters of Bhimbetka

Here are some of the amazing pictures I captured in October’ 2012  trip.

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