In Maharashtra’s Aurangabad district, the Ellora Caves is awe-inspiring. This massive rock cut religious destination is one of the largest in the world. There are 34 monasteries and temples here, with 17 Hindu caves, 12 Buddhist caves, and 5 Jain caves. This is where the renowned Kailasa Temple exists. Full of intricate rock carvings, this is a wonder of wonders.
“At the world-famous Ellora Caves, most people tend to visit Kailasa Temple (Cave 16), a well-known UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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It’s amazing what people were able to create hundreds of years ago, before modern technology existed.
The rock-cut Hindu temple the Kailasa of Ellora, central India. The 32 metre high temple was dedicated to Shiva and was built in the 8-9th centuries CE. /
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Ellora is an archaeological site 29 km (18 mi) north-west of the city of Aurangabad in the Indian state of Maharashtra, built by Kalachuri, Chalukya and Rashtrakuta dynasties during (6th and 9th centuries).