Debala Mitra was an Indian archaeologist who served as Director General of the Archaeological Survey of India from 1981 to 1983. She is the first woman archaeologist to head the ASI. She explored and excavated several Buddhist sites.
The book focuses on the Buddhist rock-cut caves of Ajanta located amid the Sahyadri’s dense foliage.
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Jamal Mohamed College