The rock-cut caves of Ellora in Maharashtra, north of Aurangabad, represent three faiths: Buddhist, Brahmanical, and Jaina. There is even a cave called Kailasha, of striking proportions, in honor of the holy mountain. No picture can possibly convey  the enormity of these caves and the complexity of their design. These and the Ajanta caves are superb examples of Indian art at its pinnacle. Google gives a thorough coverage of the main temples.

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