In this episode, students explore the Ajanta Caves in India and the Borobudur Temple in Indonesia. Famous around the world for their elegant wall murals, the Ajanta Caves complex is one of the world’s greatest Buddhist ruins. The caves trace the history of the Golden Age of Buddhism in India. The Borobudur Temple in central Java is a massive stupa that represents Buddhist beliefs, and the walls of its passageways are covered with relief sculptures depicting a variety of episodes from Buddhist scripture. Part of the “World Heritage” series.