Nestled in Maharashtra, the Ellora Caves attract travellers from across the globe. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, these caves amaze visitors with its awe-inspiring construction. According to research, the Kailasa Temple was built using the vertical excavation method. The builders began from the top of the rock, working their way downwards and created this splendid temple complex. However, there is a speculation regarding its construction - usage of only chisels and hammers, thousands of years ago, couldn’t have created this masterpiece. Alien technology could have been behind this intriguing construction.
On your holiday to this place, treat your eyes to this impeccable artwork and travel back in time. Catch a glimpse of Jain, Buddhist and Hindu monuments that date back to the 600-1000 CE period.
Carving depicting Kurukshetra War of Mahabharata
Buddhist Cave, part of the Carpenter's Cave
Depiction of Mount Kailash
Carving of Lord Shiva, Kailasa Temple
Buddha carvings exuding tranquillity
Kailasa Temple carved out of solid rock
How to reach here
By flight: Aurangabad Airport.
Author : Vijaylaxmi Thakur