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Ellora Caves

Between 600 and 1000 A.D., the Ellora Caves were created, a 2 km long collection of unique architectural masterpieces.

The most impressive of these 34 spectacular structures is known as the The Kailash (pictured).

Not only impressive because this is India’s largest stone temple, an amazing 200,000 tons had to be removed from a single piece of bedrock – with mere hammers and chisels.

Ellora Caves

Between 600 and 1000 A.D., the Ellora Caves were created, a 2 km long collection of unique architectural masterpieces.

The most impressive of these 34 spectacular structures is known as the The Kailash (pictured).

Not only impressive because this is India’s largest stone temple, an amazing 200,000 tons had to be removed from a single piece of bedrock – with mere hammers and chisels.

Ellora Caves

Between 600 and 1000 A.D., the Ellora Caves were created, a 2 km long collection of unique architectural masterpieces.

The most impressive of these 34 spectacular structures is known as the The Kailash (pictured).

Not only impressive because this is India’s largest stone temple, an amazing 200,000 tons had to be removed from a single piece of bedrock – with mere hammers and chisels.

Ellora Caves

Between 600 and 1000 A.D., the Ellora Caves were created, a 2 km long collection of unique architectural masterpieces.

The most impressive of these 34 spectacular structures is known as the The Kailash (pictured).

Not only impressive because this is India’s largest stone temple, an amazing 200,000 tons had to be removed from a single piece of bedrock – with mere hammers and chisels.

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