ELLORA rock-cut temples, 400's-900's
Section 10, top margin C, right margin a; just north-northwest of *Aurangabad*, near the *Ajanta* caves
the *Kailashnath* rock-cut temple (cave 16), dating from the 700's, is Ellora's crown jewel
A look at some of the caves' interior layouts; there are 12 Buddhist, 17 Hindu and 5 Jain caves
Some early drawings of the caves
The Dasavatara cave (cave 15)
The Dherwara cave
The Dhumar Lena cave (cave 29)
The Indra Sabha cave (cave 32), a Jain cave
The Jagannath Sabha cave
The Lanka cave
The Rameshvara cave (cave 21)
The Vishvakarma cave (cave 10), most famous of the Buddhist caves
Many of the caves have really gorgeous facades
Modern visitors' photos
Ellora as a tourist attraction
Just outside the Ellora temple area is the later "Jyotirlinga" temple of Ghrishneshvara, built by Ahilyabai Holkar of Malwa (r.1767-95)
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