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Nikita Rathore
Built over a long period of time, numerous rock-cut caves in India served as places of worship for the followers of Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. Most of these structures are concentrated in western India. Among them are 34 rock-cut caves of Ellora, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Ellora caves…
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Nikita Rathore
Yatin Pandya is an author, activist, researcher and a practising architect with his firm Footprints E.A.R.T.H (Environment Architecture Research Technology Housing). Yatin has been involved with city planning, urban design, mass housing, architecture, interior design, product design as well as…
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Nikita Rathore
The Kailash temple at Ellora, a monolithic rock-cut shrine dedicated to Lord Shiva, represents a marvel in ancient Indian art. Built by the Rashtrakutas of Manyakheta, the walls of the temple are carved with legends and episodes from the Puranas, Mahabharata and Ramayana. The temple has carvings of…
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Deepak Kannal
  Ellora is perhaps one of the most fascinating sites in India. Nowhere else would you be able to find the monuments of all the major religions of ancient India in one place. There are Buddhist (Mahayana and Vajrayana), Brahminical and Jain caves. So all these things together make it very exciting…
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Rafat Qureshi
Introduction Grey-green in the background, the lofty Sihyachal ranges (part of the Deccan plateau) embrace the Queen’s Memorial in their protective arms. The elegant and graceful monument, draped in white, can be viewed from a distance on the road between Daulatabad and Aurangabad. This structure,…
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