Elephanta Caves in Series: Pillars of strength

The Main Cave or the Great Cave …


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The Entrance of the Main Cave or the Great Cave


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The sculpture of Trimurti Sadashiva, located at the centre on the south wall of the main cave.


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The west wing of the main cave


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Middle courtyard connecting the east-end cave



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The east wing of the main cave


Other Caves:

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A potent creation



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A rational sculpture


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A supreme piece of art


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14 thoughts on “Elephanta Caves in Series: Pillars of strength”

  1. Imagine how many it must have taken to build such incredible structures, and how long to do so!
    Hewn from solid rock is very impressive indeed. Thank You, I didn’t know of these caves before visiting your blog. 🙂

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