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Photo of the Kailasanatha Temple at Ellora taken by Deen Dayal in 1895. The spectacular site of Ellora, in Maharashtra, is famous for its series of Buddhist, Hindu & Jain cave temples excavated into the rocky façade of a cliff of basalt. ⁣ British Library Photo 430/35(2) ⁣Ellora Caves, The Mind-Boggling Rock Cut Temples of India (2019) - Everyone is trying to understand how the Ellora caves were built, cut out of the rocks, without the use of modern technology. It is a construction that we would be hard pressed to replicate today. [00:36:14]The Kailash Temple at Ellora, Maharashtra, IndiaEllora Caves is an archaeological site located in India. The complex were built between the 6th and 10th centuries during the Rashtrakuta dynasty. The most remarkable of the cave at Ellora is the Kailasa temple, features the largest single monolithic rock excavation in the world.The Kailasha Temple of Ellora caves, India is the largest monolithic rock-cut structure in the world. Built in 8th century AD, the sculptors started from the top of the hill and chiselled their way down into an enormous temple.Kailash temple in Ellora caves, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India. Carved out of a single rock. Built by King Krishna 1 of Rashtrakuta dynasty. completed in 8th century C.E.Kailash temple at Ellora caves, India. It was carved from a hillThe rock-cave Kailash Temple in Ellora (INDIA) is the largest monolithic structure in the world. It was carved top to bottom in the 8th century and the main structure exists despite many attempts to destroy it.The Kailasa temple in Maharashtra, India. Carved out of one single rock, it is notable for being the largest monolithic structure in the world. Also known as ‘Cave 16’ of the Ellora Caves, the temple was built in the 8th century during the reign of the Rashtrakuta king Krishna I

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